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Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 
Department of Mines 




Anthracite Division 

AffiumtBiaH M@p®irii 

1953 

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 



William J. Clements 
Secretary of Mines 

Gordon E. Smith W. Garfield Thomas 

Deputy Secy., Anthracite Div. Deputy Secy., Bituminous Div. 



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Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 

Department of Mines 

harrisburg 



William J. Clements 

THE SECRETARY 



May 1, 1954 



To His Excellency, John S. Fine 
Governor of Pennsylvania 
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 



Dear Sir: 

In compliance with the Act of April H, 
1903, I transmit herewith the report of the 
Department of Mines for the year ending December 
31, 1953, covering in detail the operations in the 
Anthracite Region of Pennsylvania. 



Respectfully submitted, 




William J. Clements 
Secretary of Mines 




JOHN S. FINE 
Governor of Pennsylvania 



We are proud to include in this report a photograph of Governor 
John S. Fine, with a biographical sketch. Being born and reared in the 
Anthracite Region, he has been in close touch with the industry all of 
his life. He has a deep feeling and interest in the welfare of mining 
men. 

Governor Fine was born on April 10, 1893, in Alden, near Nanti- 
coke, Luzerne County Pennsylvania. He is a son of the late Jacob W. 
and Margaret Croop Fine. He married Helene Pennebecker Morgan December 
5, 1939. (Deceased April 23, 1951). Two sons; John S. Fine, Jr. and 
Donald Franklin Fine. 

He graduated from Nanticoke High School in 1911; Dickinson School 
of Law, Carlisle, Pa., with LLB Degree in 191U; attended the Trinity 
College of the University of Dublin, Ireland, in 1915. 

In 1951, Honorary Degrees (LLD) were conferred upon him by 
Dickinson College; Lafayette College; University of Pennsylvania and 
Temple University. In 1952, Hahnemann Medical College (LLD) . He was 
admitted to the Luzerne County Bar in March 1915; to the Superior Court 
in 1915; and to the Supreme Court in 1917. 

In 1917 he entered Military Service of the United States. Upon 
being honorably discharged in August 1919, after overseas service as 
Sergeant in the 23rd Engineers, U. S. A., he resumed the practice of 
law. He was appointed Judge of the Court of Common Pleas of Luzerne 
County in January 3, 1927; was elected to a full term of ten years in 
November 1927, and reelected for a term of ten years. He was appointed 
Judge of the Superior Court of Pennsylvania on June 17, 19ljl. Resigned 
Judgeship to seek Republican nomination for Governor. 

Political Offices held by the Governor were, Republican District 
Chairman for the Fourth Legislative District of Luzerne County (1916 - 
1920); Secretary of Republican County Committee of Luzerne County 
(1920 - 1922); Republican County Chairman of Luzerne County (1922 - 
1923); Republican Alternate Delegate to National Republican Convention 
(1920); and Delegate-at-Large to Republican National Convention (1936) 
and (1952). 

He is a member Wilkes-Barre Law and Library Association, 
(Luzerne County Bar Association); Member, Pennsylvania Bar Association; 
Member, American Bar Association; Member, Committee on National Defense 
of Pennsylvania, Bar Association; Member, State Advisory Council of 
Pennsylvania Committee on Penal Affairs of the Public Charities 
Association; Past President, Dickinson Alumni Association of Northeast- 
ern Pennsylvania; Member of all Masonic Bodies. 

He is Vice-President of Pennsylvania Council of Churches, and is 
Senior Warden of St. George's Episcopal Church, Nanticoke, Pennsylvania, 
since 1930. 




William J. Clements 
Secretary of Mines 



The Honorable William J. dements, known affectionately 
throughout the Anthracite Region as "Billy", first saw the light 
of day in Girardville, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania. A coal miner 
by heritage, he made coal mining his business, and step by step 
climbed to his present status. 

When he was ten years of age his parents, William and Maria 
Clements, moved to Coaldale, the Panther Creek Community he still 
proudly calls home, 

Coaldale is justly proud of "Billy", where he is known and 
loved by labor and industry, laymen and clergy, for his profound 
knowledge of mining, safety work in the mines, civic leadership, and 
devotion to his church. His good deeds and civic improvements will 
long be remembered. 

He attended the public schools of Coaldale until he was lU, 
then began his mining career. His first job was door-tender in the 
Rahn No. 11 Mine of the Lehigh Navigation Coal Company. He pro- 
gressed through various jobs, as is the custom of the region. He 
became, successively, loader boss, miner, assistant foreman, level 
foreman, and, at the age of 31, inside foreman at the large Lansford 
No. 6 Mine. 

In 1926 he was appointed Anthracite Mine Inspector, a position 
which he filled ably and faithfully until January 31, 1952, at which 
time Governor John S. Fine appointed him Field Deputy Secretary of 
Mines for Anthracite, with offices in Pottsville, Pennsylvania. 

On January 1, 1953, Governor John S. Fine elevated Mr. 
Clements to Cabinet rank, as Secretary of Mines for the Commonwealth. 
In this position he is also Chairman of the Anthracite Emergenc:/- 
Committee, and a member of the Board of Trustees of Pennsylvania 
State College. 

Mr. Clements is also Chairman of the Lansford- Coaldale Joint 
Water Authority, a director of the First National Bank of Coaldale, 
and a trustee of Coaldale State Hospital. His church is the First 
Congregational, of which he is a trustee. He has served his 
community well as Councilman and as a member of the Board of Educa- 
tion, and will long be remembered for his leadership in the paving 
of Coaldale' s streets. He is a member of the Free and Accepted 
Masons, Panther Valley Lodge No. 177. 

His wife, the former Margaret Jones of Coaldale, died in 
March, 19ii3. Their only child, Verna, died in 1930 at the age of 
twenty. 



"KNOW YOUR DEPARTMENT OF MINES', is a subject that should be 
of great interest to every person who is. in any way, connected with the coal 
mining industry of Pennsylvania. It is with this thought in mind that we include 
in this issue of the ANNUAL REPORT photographs with brief biographical 
sketches of YOUR Deputy Secretaries of Mines. In view of their back-ground, 
training, experience, personalities and desire to serve the industry, I feel that 
they merit your confidence and cooperation. 



Secretary of Mines 




GORDON E. SMITH 

Field Deputy 
Secretary of Mines 
Anthracite Division 

Mr. Gordon E. Smith, a native of 
Ce->tra'ia. Pennsylvania, started his 
coal mining career almost immediately 
upon graduating from the Mount Car- 
mel H.gh School in 1924. 

He began in the year 1924 by work- 
ing in the engineering corps with the 
Locust Mining Company. Shenandoah, 
Pa. In 1928 he was employ-ad by the 
Enterprise Colliery, Northumberland 
Mining Company, Shamokin, Pa. as a 
laborer and miner. In 1932 he was 
promoted to Colliery Engineer, a posi- 
tion h2 retained until 1935. From 1935 
until 1938 Ira worked as Assistant Mine 
Foreman with the Coxe Brothers Com- 
pany, Hazleton, Pa., and was promoted 
to Mine Foreman in 1938, which posi- 
tion he held until 1940 when he was 
employed by the Hazle Brook Coal 
Company, Ashland, Pa., as superintend- 
ent. 

On October 16, 1945 he received his 
anpointment as State Inspector of 
Mines in the 25th Anthracite Inspect- 
ion District, where he served until his 
appointment on January 1953, as 
Field Deputy Secretary of Mines for 
the Anthracite Region. 




J. V. McKENNA 

Acting Deputy 

Secretary of Mines 

Mr. J. V. McKenna, spent his early 
life in the community of Ellsworth 
where his parents, the late Mr. and 
Mrs. John McKenna lived for many 
years. 

In his early years he worked as a 
trapperi boy and at other jobs in the 
bituminous mines. 

After graduation from High School 
he attended the Carnegie Institute of 
Technology, Pittsburgh, Pa. Upon his 
graduation from College he was em- 
ployed by the Bethlehem Steel Com- 
pany's Mines Corporation at Ellsworth 
where he served in general work and 
supervising capacities. 

In 1930 he received his appointment 
as State Inspector of Mines in the 
13th Bituminous District, which posi- 
tion he continues to hold. 

As acting Deputy Secretary of 
Mines, most of his time will be devoted 
to the Bituminous Mining Region, as 
he has had extensive experience there. 
His time will be divided between the 
Waynesburg and Harrisburg Offices. 

He is a member and Past President 
of the Coal Mining Institute of Amer- 
ica, a member and Past President of 
the Veterans Mine Rescue Association. 
He also has given technical papers on 
mining at meetings of the American 
Institute of Mining and Metallurgical 
Engineers Association. 



W. GARFIELD THOMAS 

Field Deputy 

Secretary of Mines 

Bituminous Division 

Mr. W. Garfield Thomas was born 
in Audenreid. Luzerne County, Penn- 
sylvania. He is the son of the late Mr. 
and Mrs. Daniel J. Thomas. 

He began his coal mining career in 
the Anthracite Region with the en- 
gineering corps of the Susquehanna 
Colliery, Lykens, Pa. He then attended 
Bellefonte Academy and Pennsylvania 
State College where he received a de- 
gree in Mining Engineering in 1908. 

He was employed as transitman with 
the Dodson Coal Company and then as 
transit engineer with the Lehigh 
Valley and Wilkes-Barre Coal Com- 
pany at Plymouth, Pa. Later he was 
employed for a period of three years 
by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Highways. 

His experience in the Bituminous 
Coal Region dates back to the year 
1917, when he was engaged as Assist- 
ant Minh.g Engineer with the Ebens- 
burg Coal Company. 

Mr. Thomas, best known to his wide 
circle of friends as "Tommy', has been 
active in the Mine Inspectors Institute 
of America and the Coal Mining In- 
stitute of America. 

He was appointed Field Deputy Sec- 
retary of Mines for the Bituminous 
Coal Region on December 10, 1940. 



REPORT 

OF THE 

DEPART2-EI7T OF MINES 



AlfTHAACITE 



The Anthracite Mining Laws of Pennsylvania were enacted by 
the legislative body and became effective June 2, 1891. 

AN ACT 

To provide for the health and safety of persons em- 
ployed in and about the anthracite coal mines of 
Pennsylvania and for the protection and preservation 
of property connected therewith. 

Amendments thereto have been made by subsequent sessions of 
legislature in order to meet changing conditions and mining methods. 
The laws, originally effective at mines or collieries employing ten(lO) 
or more men, have been modified to provide regulatory inspections at 
any operation where one(l) or more persons are employed in the produc- 
tion or preparation of anthracite coal. 

The Pennsylvania Department of Mines was created by an Act of 
Legislature dated April L4, 1903. It is charged with supervising the 
execution of the mining laws of the •Commonwealth, and the care and pub- 
lication of all reports specified by the Act. The Act specifically lim- 
its the powers and duties of the Department of Mines to matters perti- 
nent to tin production and preparation of coal. 

The Secretary of Mines, appointed by the Governor as a cabi- 
net member, is the executive vested with all the powers conferred by the 
Act, and charged with all of the duties described therein. His duties 
are: approve design of helmet worn by footman; approve incombustible ma- 
terial for use in buildings constructed inside the mine; approve insula- 
tion for trailing cables; approve safety devices on certain boilers; ap- 
prove sealing abandoned mines; approve types of electric lights; approve 
types of locked safety lamps; approve use of Diesel pover machinery in 
coal mines; arrange Anthracite Region into inspection districts; assign 
mine inspectors to their duties; close certain mines pending appeals 
from order to correct unsafe condition; file in Department all papers 
pertaining to examinations held by mine foreman's examining board; file 
in Department all papers pertaining to examinations held by miners ' ex- 
amining board; file in Department annual reports of inspectors, transmit 
synopsis to Governor, publish report; furnish operator with blank forms; 
furnish uniform blanks for monthly, special and annual reports of in- 
spectors; grant certificates to mine foreman and assistant mine foreman, 
power to revoke, hearings; grant certificates to persons completing 
course in first-aid and mine rescue training and instruction; keep rec- 
ord of all work done under his administration; procure necessary supplies 
and equipment for mine inspectors, electrical inspectors, first-aid and 
mine rescue instructors; promulgate regulations for mines employing 
fewer than five persons; prohibit use of roof bolts in lieu of props or 
timber without his permission in writing; see that the mining laws are 
faithfully executed; seal abandoned mines in some cases. He is also 



charged with the following duties in regard to strippings: determination 
if planting is reasonable and supervision of it; furnish operator form 
for annual report; furnish operator form for application for permit; fur- 
nish operator form for bond, additional, release or forfeiture; furnish 
operator form for completion report; prescribe regulations for coal 
stripping operations - power and authority to enforce; prescribe regula- 
tions for blasting therein. He is empowered to adminisoer oaths, take 
affidavits, and issue subpoenas, as well as aid mine inspectors in the 
performance of their duties. He may suspend mine inspectors for neglect 
of duty, and can make examinations and investigations necessary to enable 
him to make reports and recommendations. 

In addition, the Secretary of Mines is chairman of the Anthra- 
cite Mine Inspectors Examining Board; member of the Sanitary Uater Board; 
member of the Governor's Safety Council; chairman of the .'Anthracite Com- 
mittee; chairman of the Anthracite Mine Drainage Study Commission; a 
trustee of the Pennsylvania State University; member of the State Mining 
Commission; and member of the Highway Mining Commission. 



PRODUCTION AND FATALITIES 

During the year 1953 anthracite coal was produced in nine coun- 
ties, namely Columbia, Carbon, Dauphin, Lackawanna, Lebanon, Luzerne, 
Northumberland, Schuylkill, and Sullivan. Anthracite production, at one 
hundred and sixty-one (l6l) preparation plants, originated from four 
sources as follows: 

Deep Mines (309) 17,719,324 Tons 

Small Mines (858) 1,654,531 Tons 

Strip Mines (226) 8,883,984 Tons 

Reclaimed From Banks 3.892.083 Tons 

TOTAL 32,149,922 Tons 

The industry suffered no major disasters during 1953. We did, 
however, have fifty-nine (59) fatalities in the major operations and 
four (4) at small mines employing from one(l) to four (4) men inclusive. 

Fatalities At Major Operations 

Falls of Roof 39 66.10% 

Transportation 2 3.39% 

Falling Materials 2 3.39% 

Fall of Person 1 1.70% 

Electricity 1 1.70% 

Explosions of Gas 5 8.47% 

Blasting 1 1.69% 

Miscellaneous 4 6.78% 

Outside (machinery, etc. ) 4 6.78% ' 

TOTAL 59 100.00% 



Fatalities At Small Mines 



Fall of Roof 2 

Fall of Person 1 

Rush of Material JL 

TOTAL 4 



MINE INSPECTION 

The twenty-four (2^) mine Inspectors in the Anthracite Divi- 
sion investigated the aforementioned sixty-three (63) fatal accidents, 
and twenty-nine (29) cases of natural death occurring on company prop- 
erties. A condensed tabulation of the activities of the inspectors is 
listed below: 

Mine Inspections (Major Mines) 3,381 
Mine Inspections (Small Mines) 765 

Mine Inspections (Strip Mines) 33 

During these inspections fifty-four (54-) mines were closed. 

In addition, inspectors participated in thirty(30) commis- 
sion, investigations into mining matters, as listed: 

9 - Gas Ignitions 

3 - Mine Fires 

3 - Blasting Complaints (Strip Mines) 

4 - Surface Subsidences 
1 - Roof Bolting 

1 - Rush of Water from Old Workings 
3 - Complaints by Citizens 

2 - Roof Falls 
1 - Strip Mine 

1 - Mining Methods 
_i - Blasting Accident 



30 TOTAL 



STRIP MINE INSPECTION 



Three (3) strip mine inspectors made nine hundred and three (903) 
inspections at open pit mines employing six thousand four hundred and 
fifty-eight (6, 453) men. In addition, blasting was supervised at many 
operations where ground displacement was a factor because of nearby 
inhabited areas. Numerous completion reports were processed, back- 
filling supervised, and surface land rehabilitated. Since the passage 
of the Strip Mine Act two hundred and fifty(250) operators have regis- 
tered. There are one hundred and forty-nine (149) operators presently 
active in strip raining. A total of 856.42 acres have been legally re- 
stored, for which bonds have been released after planting or proper 
payments made in lieu of planting. 



ELECTRICAL INSPECTION 

The Anthracite electrical inspector examined equipment at 
sixty-eight (68) operations. Many miles of various types of conductors 
were examined, and five thousand seven hundred and thirty-nine (5, 73 9) 
motors with all associated control equipment were inspected. A special 
duty caused twenty-one (21) inspections of eleven (ll) elevators in breakers, 
shops, and mines. During these inspections eight hundred and fifty- 
three(853) corrections were ordered, and made. Thousands of feet of 
trailing cable were replaced, either because of wear or poor splicing, 
or lack of the stamp of permissibility. This inspector also partici- 
pated in the work of subduing the mine fire at Scranton, Pa. 



FIRST-AID AHD MDE RESCUE TRAINED 

The Anthracite Division mine rescue truck, manned by a mine 
rescue instructor and a first-aid instructor, was pressed into service 
at the mine fire in the Minooka Section of Scranton, Pa. The citizens 
of that area received aid and comfort from the use and availability of 
the equipment. 

During the year the first-aid instructor participated in the 
training of the following industry personnel, who were certified as fol- 
lows: 



First Aid : 



Provisional First-Aid Instructors 

Permanent First-Aid Instructors 20 

Initial First-* id Trainees 2,886 

Mine Rescue : 

Provisional lline Rescue Instructors 3 

Permanent lline Rescue Instructors 2 

Initial Mine Rescue Trainees 99 

The Mine Rescue Instructor was in the service of the State 
Council for Civil Defense, as a rescue instructor at the Ogontz Center 
in Philadelphia, for almost the entire year. 

Although the general economic situation in the industry was 
such that many of our usual first-aid meets were not held, two (2) com- 
panies did hold their usual competition. All of the first-aid associ- 
ations are continuing active in the hope that a business resurgence will 
again make funds available for local and regional meets. 



ROOF CONTROL 

Because falls of roof produced 66. l£ of our fatalities in 1953, 
as against 4.0.25? in 1952, this killer became the Number 1 target of the 
Department. This increase was noticed early in the year, partly because 
of a reduction in accidents from other causes, and prrtly because of an 
increase in the total roof -fall fatalities. 

The Secretary of Mines began a direct attack on the roof -fall 
problem. Educational publicity, intensified inspection, more stringent 
timbering rules, and disciplinary actions were tried. The results, while 
somewhat of an improvement, were considerably less than satisfactory. 
Comparison to the Bituminous Field placed the Anthracite in a somewhat 
unfavorable aspect in the roof- fall accident records. 

The Secretary of Mines discovered that the Bituminous advantage 
was apparently the result of roof bolting. This method of roof support, 
originally viewed with some disfavor in the Anthracite, has achieved ex- 
cellent results in the Bituminous, where hundreds of lineal miles of mine 
excavations are successfully and safely supported by roof bolts. Trial 
installations of roof bolting are now in progress in several anthracite 
mines, as permitted under Rule 12 of the General Rules. It is hoped suf- 
ficient experience will be gained by these tests, and by studies by the 
Department, that a broad application for this method will be developed. 



MINE FIRES 

For the first time in the fifty (50) years of Department of Mines 
history, a major fire fighting operation, conducted solely by the Depart- 
ment, was attempted and successfully concluded. 

In the Minooka Section of the City of Scranton a fire broke 
out in a garbage dump in an old, abandoned strip mine. Fire was com- 
municated to the coal seams in the high wall, buried under thousands of 
tons of accumulated garbage. These coal sea"is were worked many years 
ago, with underground excavations extending under the entire Minooka 
area. 

As the coal seams burned in a southerly direction, fumes and 
gases permeated the dwellings through earth cracks. Residents were made 
ill, some even hospitalized, as the result of inhaling carbon monoxide 
gas. 

After many attempts by city firemen to control this fire with 
water, the city officials decided to dig out the fire. Continuous activity 
from April 17, 1953, to May 21, 1953, by the city and the Moffat Coal 
Company, failed to eliminate the fire. From May 21, 1953, to June 26, 
1953, the coal company continued to dig at the fire, with only moderate 
results. 

During this period the Secretary of Mines maintained personal 
contact with the situation. The mine rescue truck, with trained personnel, 
was dispatched to the scene. Competent men patrolled the homes twenty- 
four hours a day testing for gases. Cross ventilation was induced by 
fans furnished and installed in cellars by the Department. Careful check 
on the progress of the fire was maintained. 

On June 26, Governor John S. Fine came, by airplane, to the 
scene of the fire, a personal survey of the situation, based on his 
knowledge of the mining industry, impressed him with the danger to the 
lives and property of the citizens of the community. On his return to 
his offices in Harrisburg, he held a conference with the State Secretary 
of Mines, W. J. Clements, and other state officials, to discuss the 
problem. It was at this meeting that the Governor made the statement, 
"VJE MUST NUT AND WILL NOT LEAVE ANYTHING UNDONE TO PROTECT OUR CITIZENS 
IN THE FIRE AREA ". Governor Fine directed the Secretary of Mines to use 
every possible means to bring this fire under early control and extinguish 
it as soon as possible. 

The Secretary of Mines immediately formulated plans to ef- 
fectively combat this fire in the high-speed manner necessitated by the 
proximity of the dwellings. All necessary equipment was procured to 
implement a three-step plan as follows: 

(1) Drill and flush with sand a double ring of 9" 
holes to form a barrier against the spreading 
of the fire to the south and east. 

(2) Drill test holes outside the barrier to check 
the advance of the fire, if any, which would 
be indicated by high temperatures. 

(3) Remove all active fire from the area, after 
excavating a cut around the fire to the floor 
of the coal seams then burning. The purpose 
of this was to isolate the fire and prevent 
it from spreading. 



Mine Fires Continued 

Work was pushed tventy-four hours a day under constant super- 
vision by Department personnel. Extreme quantities of heat, gases, dust, 
and odors created difficult working conditions for men and equipment. 
Faithful workers, who must be commended, stuck to the job to completion. 
A summation of the work accomplished is as follows: 

Forty-five (4-5) well-drill holes, averaging 60 feet 
deep, were drilled and flushed with 995 tons of 
sand. Water for flushing was furnished by the City 
of Scranton. The city also furnished hose and 
police protection. 

Seven(7) well-drill holes, averaging 60 feet deep, 
were drilled for test holes. These holes were 
capped and fitted with thermocouples by the United 
States Bureau of Mines. 

The advance of the fire was stopped by the com- 
plete removal and remote disposal of 167,000 cubic 
yards of clay, burning garbage, rock, and coal. 

Funds were made available to pay the cost of approximately 
$125,000 by Act of Assembly Number 24.-A, which covers costs incurred 
in extinguishment of fires in abandoned coal mines. 

Much credit for the successful completion of this job must 
go to Governor John S. Fine who, for the first time in history, ordered 
the Secretary of Mines to take charge of the extinguishment of a mine 
fire and to pay the costs. 

In addition to the Mlnooka Fire, eight(8) other fires were 
discovered during the year in abandoned strip pits throughout the Anth- 
racite Region. These fires were all extinguished by swift action on the 
part of the landowners or tenants. All were the result of ill-advised 
dumping of garbage into strip pits. 

It must be pointed out here that the practice of dumping 
refuse and garbage into strip pits, and onto mine waste dumps, will 
inevitably lead to fires. These fires, once started, are difficult 
to combat. Further, if such fires are in or under residential or busi- 
ness areas, personal hardships and loss of property value must ensue. 
Guard your community against such a hazard. 

During the year the Department participated with coal company 
engineers, Federal Bureau of Mines representatives, and city author- 
ities in a study and report of the mine fire raging beneath a residen- 
tial area on the South Side of the City of Carbondale. 

The recommendations of the study committee were followed by 
the Bureau of Mines with funds available. 

Your Department of Mines is now actively engaged in combating 
this fire with apparent success, insofar as work has progressed. 



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Scene of Minooka Mine Fire Shortly After the Department of Mines 
Began Work. 




Minooka Mine Fire During Advanced Stages of Work. 




End of a Successful Mine Fire Fight. 



PHOTOGRAPHS OF LOCATIONS WH ERE PUMPS WILL BE INSTALLED 




Steel head frame of abandoned Springdale Shaft, Workmen erecting new steel head frame at 
near Mahanoy City, Pa. abandoned Scott Shaft at Kulpmont, Pa. 




View of fenced-in, abandoned Twin Shaft at Pittston. Pa. Old head frame has been 
removed and ground cleared, ready for installation of pump. 




Deputy Secretary ol Mines Gordon E. Smith painting down Exeter Shaft, near P.ti t >n. Fa 
Old head frame has been removed preparatory to Installation ol new head frame and pump 



WATER IN ANTHRACITE MINES 

One of the factors which has always been important in the min- 
ing of anthracite has been the incidence of a high ratio of water pumped 
per ton of coal mined. This condition is the result of geological con- 
ditions, plus mining methods during the days before legislation concern- 
ing barrier pillars was enacted. The load has increased year by year, 
until in 1953 we estimate 4-8 tons of water were pumped for every ton of 
coal extracted from deep mines. 

lour Governor, State Legislature, and Secretary of Mines, aware 
of this situation, undertook remedial measures. The Legislature passed 
Act Number 2A-A, providing for the "sealing or dewatering of abandoned 
coal mines". It also passed Act Number 250, providing for the creation 
of the "Anthracite Mine Drainage Study Commission". Both icts were ap- 
proved by Governor Fine, who promptly appointed the Drainage Study Com- 
mission. 

The Secretary of Mines immediately caused a study of flooded, 
abandoned mines by coal company officials, United Mine Workers of Amer- 
ica, and Department representatives. To relieve the pumping load on 
some active mines, and to prevent a cumulative pumping load from en- 
dangering others, pump installations were planned as follows: 

3-600 H.P., 6000 G.P.M. Deep Well Pumps at the 
Twin Shaft near Pittston, Pa. 

1-600 H.P., 6000 G.P.M. Deep Well Pump at the 
Exeter Shaft at Exeter, Pa. 

These are abandoned mines which 
pose a flood threat to the en- 
tire Northern Field. 

1 - 350 H.P., 5000 G.P.M. Deep Well Pump at the 

Springdale Shaft near Mahanoy City, Pa. 

2 - 600 H. P., 6000 G.P.M. Deep Well Pumps at the 

Scott Shaft near Kulpmont, Pa. 

These are abandoned mines which 
threaten the Western Middle Coal 
Field with floods. 

The above-mentioned pumps have been ordered and are presently 
being delivered as fast as materials can be fabricated. The Department 
of Mines will bear the original cost of the equipment. Coalitions of 
the affected coal companies will install, maintain, and provide power 
for the operation of the pumps in amounts according to predetermined 
agreements. 

This expenditure of approximately $450,000 will help to stabilize 
the water load and, it is hoped, aid in preserving this great industry 
and natural resource. 

It is incumbent upon all of us to preserve for posterity 
the opportunity to v ork for personal and community gain. It is a 
proper governmental function to aid and assist in such matters. 



MINE SEALING 

Mine sealing in the Anthracite Region was never attempted di- 
rectly by the Department of Mines. Mine operators have been sealing 
the mines abandoned since the passage of ^ct Number 4-90, under the di- 
rection of the Department, Many deep mines and strip mines abandoned 
prior to the Act were standing full of, or overflowing, highly acid wa- 
ter. This condition intensifies the already acid condition of the 
streams of the area, pollutes public water supplies, and adds to the 
unduly high pumping load on active mines. Additional hazards face 
present and future mining from water filled strip pits. Each summer 
brings its quota of small boys drowned in the season's first swim. 

The Secretary of Mines, v:ith funds provided by *ct Number 2A-A, 
and monies paid into the Department by coal companies, began back 
filling abandoned strip mines in selected areas. Projects were chosen 
from the many submitted on the basis of greatest benefit to the general 
public and associated mining interests. 

Numerous jobs have been completed, with hundreds of thousands 
of cubic yards of earth replaced, millions of gallons of water displaced, 
and many acres of land returned to community usefulness. Seven opera- 
tions are presently active. It is our hope that from this small begin- 
ning future years will bring the complete restoration of usefulness and 
natural beauty to our land. 



MINE DRAINAGE STUDY COMMISSION 

The Commission created by Act of Assembly Number 250 was ap- 
pointed by Governor John S. Fine. Members are Secretary of Mines W. J. 
Clements, Chairman; Messrs. Edward G. Fox, Francis 0. Case, and Edgar C. 
Weichel, representing the industry; and Messrs. August J. Lippi, 
Martin F. Brennan, and Joseph T. Kershetsky representing the United 
Mine Workers of i'merica. 

This group, serving without compensation, is charged with the 
duty outlined under Section 2 of the Act, as follows: 

It shall be the duty of the commission to make a com- 
plete study and investigation either independently or 
in conjunction with any other State or Federal agency 
of economic, social or governmental problems related 
to, connected with, or resulting from the flooding of 
anthracite mines and feasible solutions thereof. 

The Commission immediately began the study, with tangible re- 
sults. With the aid of excellent engineering, a "Preliminary Report" 
detailing the immediate needs of the industry has been completed and 
presented to Governor Fine. A further and fuller study will continue 
during the year 195A, to make available complete data for a "Final 
Report" to the Governor and the General Assembly early in 1955. Bene- 
fits which will accrue to the Commonwealth and the industry will be 
manifold. 



PICTURES OF ABANDONED STRIP MINE PITS 



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180 feet lcng, 80 feet wide. 15 feec deep. 



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Size of water-filled hole. 

300 feet long, 80 feet wide, 20 feet deep. 



Size of water-filled hole. 

460 feet long, 62 feet wide. 22 feet deep. 



The four abandoned strip mine pits, pictured above, are typical of hundreds of such 
pits which may be found throughout the Anthracite and Bituminous coal regions. These 
pits were left in this condition long before the first Strip Mine Law was enacted. They 
contain acid mine water which overflows continuously and finds its way, eventually, into 
clean streams. 

Mine openings of this kind, when filled with water, are a temptation to small boys 
who, during warm summer days, may be looking for a place to swim. Also, small boys 
usually like to play around ponds or pools, ard too often fall into the water and are 
drowned. Only a short time ago. newspapers carried a story of a seven-year-old Dur\va 
boy who was drowned in an a^andon^d mine stripping hole in that borou?h. while 
attempting to retrieve a rubber ball which had fallen into the water-filled pit. This hole 
was filled and sealed by the coal company on whose propertv it was locatxi It \v;is 
reported that this was the second time in 10 years that the hole, which was 40 feet deep 
and 50 fe^t in diameter, had claimed a person's life. 

The Derartment of Mines will endeavor to eliminate these dangerous and unsightly 
spots as quickly as time and funds permit 





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5TATI5TICAL REPORTS 



INCLUDING: 

PRODUCTION, EMPLOYEES, FATALITIES, ETC. 
FROM 1870 TO 1953 AND THE TWENTY-FIVE 
YEAR COUNTY STUDY OF ANTHRACITE. 



TOTAL PRODUCTION OF COAL, PRODUCTION FROM STRIPPINGS & WASHERIES; 
EMPLOYES, FATALITIES, ETC. 

1870 - 1953 



Total Washery Stripping 
production production production 
Year (net tons) (net tons)* (net tons)* 



Employes 



Fatal- No. 
Produc- ities of 
tion per ins- 
Fatal- per million pec- 
ities fatality tons tors 



1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1833 
1834 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 
1906 
1907 
1908 
1909 
1910 
1911 
1912 
1913 
19H 
1915 
1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1924 



14,172,004 
15,532,252 
15,567,973 
21,001,521 
19,930,240 
23,402,646 
23,440,666 
24,727,213 
20,900,966 
31,036,600 
27,974,532 
34,202,558 
35,057,430 
37,747,369 
36,468,738 
38,232,155 
38,950,932 
42,156,300 
46,635,037 
43,650,768 
44,986,286 
49,701,322 
51,226,978 

52, sa, no 

50,966,920 
56,948,756 
53,843,250 
52,581,036 
52,812,675 
60,518,331 
57,363,396 
67,094,665 
a, 340,935 
75,232,585 
73,594,369 
78,647,020 
72,139,510 
86,056,412 
83,543,243 
80,223,833 
83,683,994 
90,917,176 
84,426,869 
91,626,964 
91,189,641 
89,377,706 
87,680,198 
100,445,299 
99,445,794 
87,838,024 
89,636,036 
90,358,642 
53,910,201 
92,653,641 
87,277,449 



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386,960 
686,534 
527,809 
732,743 
697,759 
1,055,426 
1,818,170 
2,009,864 
2,965,792 
4,119,258 
3,440,420 
3,897,688 
4,880,402 
5,630,169 
4,635,923 
5,206,562 
5,412,167 
4,555,457 
4,317,161 
2,934,157 
2,702,537 
3,418,427 
4,432,606 
6,408,277 
7,246,454 
3,616,675 
5,435,697 
1,842,096 
2,52.5,402 
4,212,001 
1,141,796 



35,600 

37,488 

44,745 

48,199 

53,402 

69,966 

70,474 

66,842 

63,964 

68,847 

73,373 

76,031 

82,200 

91,421 

101,073 

100,320 

103,044 

106,517 

122.218 

119,646 

119,919 

123,308 

130,300 

138,069 

139,939 

143,705 

150,088 

149,557 

142,420 

140,604 

143,824 

147,651 

148,139 

151,827 

161,330 

168,254 

166,175 

168,774 

174,503 

171,195 

168,175 

173,338 

175,098 

175,310 

180,899 

177,339 

159,169 

156,148 

148,226 

153,780 

U9,117 

161,926 

159,880 

158,764 

162,503 



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# 


§ 


i 


211 


67,166 


14.89 


5 


210 


73,963 


13.52 


5 


223 


69,811 


14.32 


5 


264 


79,551 


12,57 


5 


231 


86,278 


11.59 


5 


238 


98,330 


10.17 


6 


228 


102,810 


9.73 


6 


194 


127,460 


7.85 


6 


187 


111,770 


3.95 


6 


262 


118,460 


8.44 


6 


202 


138,488 


7.22 


6 


273 


125,284 


7.98 


7 


295 


118,839 


8. a 


6 


323 


116,865 


8.56 


6 


332 


109,846 


9.10 


6 


332 


115,157 


8.68 


7 


279 


139,609 


7.16 


7 


316 


133,406 


7.50 


7 


364 


128,118 


7.81 


8 


397 


109,952 


9.09 


8 


378 


119,011 


8.40 


7 


428 


ll6 fJ .25 


3.61 


8 


418 


122,553 


8.16 


8 


456 


115,880 


8.63 


S 


446 


114,276 


8.75 


8 


421 


135,270 


7.39 


3 


502 


107,257 


9.32 





423 


124,305 


8.04 


8 


411 


129,493 


7.78 


3 


461 


131,276 


7.62 


B 


411 


139,570 


7.16 


a 


513 


130,789 


7,65 


a 


300 


137,803 


7.26 


a 


518 


145,237 


6.89 


15 


595 


123,683 


8.08 


15 


644 


122,123 


8.19 


15 


557 


129, 514 


7.72 


19 


703 


121,549 


8.23 


20 


678 


123,220 


8.12 


20 


567 


141,488 


7.07 


20 


601 


139,241 


7.18 


20 


699 


130,067 


7.69 


21 


6c: 


140,477 


7,12 


21 


624 


146,838 


6.81 


21 


600 


151,983 


6.58 


21 


588 


152,003 


6.58 


21 


565 


155,186 


6.44 


2^ 


581 


172,883 


5.78 


25 


556 


178,859 


5.59 


25 


636 


138,110 


7.24 


2^ 


490 


182,931 


5.47 


25 


546 


165,492 


6.04 


23 


3C0 


179,701 


5.56 


25 


53 5 


179,910 


5.56 


22 


496 


175,963 


5.68 


22 



TOTAL PRODUCTION OF COAL, PRODUCTION FROM STRIPPINGS & VASHERIES; 
EMPLOYES, FATALITIES, ETC. 

1870 - 1953 

















Fatal- 


No. 














Produc- 


ities 


of 




Total 


Washery 


Stripping 






tion 


per 


ins- 




production 


production 


production 




Fatal- 


per 


million 


pec- 


Year 


(net tons) 


(net tons)* 


(net tons)* 


Employes 


ities 


fatality 


tons 


tors 


1925 


61,334,145 


894,187 




163,825 


401 


152,953 


6.54 


18 


1926 


83,874,500 


1,365,175 




168,734 


455 


184,340 


5.42. 


18 


1927 


79,367,154 


1,841,440 




167,648 


492 


161,315 


6. 20 


25 


1928 


74,552,312 


1,614,863 




160,721 


447 


166,784 


6.00 


25 


1929 


72,985,844 


878,599 




153,422 


483 


151,109 


6.62 


25 


1930 


68,776,559 


890,389 




151,171 


444 


154,902 


6.46 


25 


1931 


59,115,387 


1,468,572 


% 


138,400 


384 


153,946 


6.50 


25 


1932 


49,501,511 


1,062,858 


3,545,948 


119,480 


243 


203,710 


4.91 


21 


1933 


49,507,577 


2,090,996 


4,308,811 


102,469 


232 


213,395 


4.69 


21 


1934 


56,798,951 


1,516,393 


4,461,894 


106,251 


260 


218,458 


4.58 


19 


1935 


51,359,111 


1,876,700 


4,962,514 


100, 539 


267 


192,356 


5.20 


17 


1936 


54,264,016 


1,411,988 


3,757,678 


99,704 


241 


225,162 


4.44 


16 


1937 


51,700,296 


1,882,026 


5,014,052 


99,117 


212 


243,869 


4.10 


22 


1938 


46,269,511 


2,031,432 


5,080,344 


96,998 


223 


207,487 


4.82 


20 


1939 


51,399,707 


2,347,269 


5,308,049 


93,352 


210 


244,761 


4.09 


24 


1940 


51,526,454 


2,599,280 


6,010,364 


90,790 


182 


283,112 


3.53 


23 


1941 


53,942,177 


3,689,538 


7,855,945 


88,849 


189 


285,408 


3.50 


22 


1942 


57,939,629 


4,045,970 


9,657,307 


83,707 


225 


257,509 


3.88 


22 


1943 


60,511,730 


7,715,860 


3,688,896 


79,369 


218 


277,577 


3.60 


23 


1944 


64,112,589 


10,527,481 


10,925,619 


78,145 


171 


374,927 


2.67 


24 


1945 


55,901,235 


9,454,205 


10,521,174 


76,265 


137 


408,038 


2.45 


23 


1946 


61,978,710 


9,214,678 


12,912,992 


80,556 


169 


366,738 


2.73 


24 


1947 


58,227,985 


7,076,796 


12,691,382 


80,730 


165 


352,897 


2.83 


24 


1948 


59,108,810 


6,735,688 


13,485,837 


80,390 


131 


451,212 


2.22 


26 


1949 


44,710,118 


4,823,144 


11,081,087 


79,209 


92 


485,980 


2.06 


26 


1950 


46,339,255 


4,027,249 


12,291,325 


75,231 


86 


538,829 


1.86 


25 


1951 


42,389,055 


4,843,834 


11,376,379 


70,357 


94 


450,947 


2.22 


25 


1952 


40,067,130 


4,710,495 


11,019,185 


66,A38 


92 


435,512 


2.30 


25 


1953 


30,495,391 


3,892,083 


8,883,984 


56,952 


59 


516,871 


1.93 


25 



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SUMMARY OF STATISTICS 
Anthracite Division 



Number of operators 4.15 

" " mines 658 

" ■ ■ (gaseous) 391 

■ ■ n (non-gaseous) 267 

" n shafts 107 

" " slopes 471 

■ ■ drifts 80 

" " breakers 169 



PRODUCTION: Net tons 

Deep mined 17,719,324 

Stripping 8,883, 984 

Bank 3,892,083 

Total 30,495,391 

HOW COAL IS SHIPPED, ETC. 

By railroad 22,044,373 

By truck 5,251,000 

Sold to local trade 2,551,474 

Used at colliery for steam and heat 648,544 

EMPLOYES: 

Inside 35,638 

Outside 21,314 

Total 56,952 

Stripping (included with outside) 6,514 



EXPLOSIVES: 



Pounds black powder used .... 1,900 

■ dynamite n .... 34,691,912 

" permissible " .... 11,722,464 

Total 46,416,276 

FATAL ACCIDENTS: 

Inside 55 

Outside 4_ 

Total 59 

NON- FATAL ACCIDENTS: 3,973 

FATALITIES PER MILLION TONS PRODUCED: .... 1.93 

PRODUCTION PER FATAL: Tons 

Deep mined 322,170 

Total 516,871 



55 



REPORT COVERING 
SMALL MINES 



REPORT COVERING MINES EMPLOYING FEWER THAN 
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all mines 


worked 


all mines 


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9 


26 


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1,465 


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OPERATORS WHO PRODUCED 10,000 OR MDRE TONS 
1953 



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Philadelphia & Reading 




Coal & Iron Co. 


3,815,408 


Glen Alden Coal Co. 


3,323,326 


Hudson Coal Co. 


2,203,077 


Lehigh Navigation Coal Co. 


1,890,577 


Su8quehanna Collieries Div. 




M. A. Banna Co. 


1,345,306 


Lehigh Valley Coal Co. 


1,234,809 


Moffat Coal Co. 


1,113,371 


Stevens Coal Co. 


1,008,388 


Weston Dodson Co., Inc. 


830,811 


Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. 


727,216 


Phoenix Contracting Co. 


563,871 


Gilberton Coal Co. 


468,769 


Hammond Coal Co. 


465,501 


St. Clair Coal Co. 


411,589 


No. 9 Coal Co. 


393,363 


Raven Run Coal Co. 


339,836 


Harry E. Coal Co. 


323,006 


Indian Head Coal Co. 


242,103 


Hazle Brook Coal Co. 


205,401 


Pennsylvania Coal Co. 


203,006 


Knox Coal Co. 


194,144 


John G. Connell 


192,330 


No. U Coal Co. 


189,392 


Nevport Excavating Co. 


187,028 


Mammoth Coal Co. 


181,127 


Steam Coals, Inc. 


145,768 


Heidelberg Coal Co. 


138,635 


Lattimer Coal Corp. 


136,497 


Kehoe-Berge Coal Co. 


134,686 


Carbonizing Coal Co. 


134,683 


T. & T. Contracting Co. 


134,005 


Conlon Coal Co. 


125,632 


J. Robert Bazley 


113,185 


Jackson Coal Co. 


111,560 


Coates Coal Co. 


101,475 


DeAngelis Coal Co. 


101,209 


Cullen Coal Co. 


100,638 


Old Forge Coal Co. 


100,440 


Penag Coal Co. 


100,439 


Diamond Coal Co. 


99,459 


John Booth, Inc. 


98,155 


Hues Contracting Co. 


97,223 


Rosini Bros. Co. 


93,507 


Northwest Coal Co. 


91,436 


Maryd Coal Mining Co. 


90,690 


Joseph P. Dando, Sr. 


83,894 


Duryea Anthracite Co. 


81,952 


D. & Z. Coal Co. 


81,063 


Burke Coal Co. 


80,460 


Plains-Hilldale Coal Co. 


79,326 


Pompey Coal Co. 


77,700 


Weston Coal Co. 


76,612 


Capone Coal Co. 


73,177 


Michaels Mining Co. 


70,990 


Beaver Brook Coal Co. 


70,595 


Capparell Construction Co. 


69,924 



Jos. Banks Constr'n.Co. 


69,336 


Alpec Coal Co. 


69,304 


Hydrotated Anthracite 




Fuel Co. 


67,112 


Turnpike Coal Co. 


65,832 


J. E. Schumacher & Son 


65,754 


Pine Ridge Mng. Co. 


65,199 


Devees Coal Co. 


65,184 


Charles L. Reilly 


64,924 


Diminick Coal Sales Co. 


63,773 


Greenwood Mining Co. 


63,579 


Garote & Martin 


63,329 


Schuylkill Contr'g. Co. 


62,035 


Capitol Coal Co. 


61,379 


Russell Coal Co. 


57,909 


Draper Contr'g. Co. 


56,079 


Sarf Coal Co. 


55, 415 


Gowen Coal Co. 


55,382 


Garber Contr'g. Co. 


54,007 


Yudacufski Bros. 


53,953 


Kohinoor Coal Co. 


53,538 


Cyclone Coal Co. 


52,581 


Bellevue Coal Co. 


52,129 


Village Slope Coal Co. 


51,979 


Pioneer Excavating Co. 


51,363 


Payne Coal Co. 


51,036 


Morea Mining Co. 


50,803 


Penn Rich Contr'g. Co. 


49,750 


Kingston Mining Corp. 


49,577 


Price Coal Co. 


49,057 


Marjle Mining Co. 


48,885 


Valley View Coal Co. 


47,201 


Stanley Coal Co., Inc. 


46,493 


Motley Coal Co. 


46,471 


Peca Coal Co. 


46,204 


Sullivan Trail Coal Co. 


45,430 


Locust Valley Coal Co. 


45,100 


Pringle Coal Co. 


45,004 


Bellaire Coal Sales Co. 


42,400 


Fisher Associates 


42,362 


M. & M. Coal Co. 


42,322 


Atkins Coal Co. 


41,869 


Sandy Run Miners & 




Producers Co. 


40,917 


Hoke & Hauptly 


40,313 


Reichneder, George 


39,158 


Otto Collieries Co. 


38,954 


Metro Quarry & 




Materials Co. 


38,834 


Colitz Coal Co. 


38,748 


Mt. Penn Contr'g. Co. 


38,665 


K. & D. Coal Co. 


38,278 


Bird Mining Co. 


38,113 


Maltby Coal Co. 


36,976 


Cano & Martin 


36,200 


Nay Aug Coal Co. 


35,787 


Frank Hill, Inc. 


35,150 



OPERATORS WHO PRODUCED 10,000 OR MORE TONS 
1953 



Operator 


Production 


Wellington Stiely 


34,604 


Jonathan Coal Mining Co. 


33,889 


Peter Laychack 


33,672 


Malho Coal Co. 


32,751 


M. B. & B. Contracting Co. 


32,467 


Markson Coal Co. 


32,062 


Sanchez Contracting Co. 


28,679 


Perry Construction Co. 


27,274 


Sussex Coal Co. 


27,104 


Gillen Coal Co. 


26,759 


Thos. Schneck 


26,465 


Simpson Coal Co. 


26,360 


Snyder Coal Co. 


25,925 


Lower Region Coal Co. 


25,924 


Swift Coal Co. 


25,482 


K. & H. Contracting Co. 


25,387 


Reidinger Coal Service 


25,020 


Ploskonka Coal Co. 


24,934 


Lombardi Coal Co. 


24,919 


Seltzler Coal Co. 


24,851 


Hickory Contracting Co. 


24,528 


Johnson Coal Sales Co. 


24,150 


Wat-Rap Coal Co. 


23,984 


Steele Contracting Co. 


23,618 


Bres Contracting Co. 


23,323 


West Cameron Coal Co. 


23,232 


Tunnel Coal Co. 


22,838 


Fegley & Tretter 


22,821 


Ashland Coal Co. 


22,662 


Beaver Meadow Mining Co. 


22,517 


Renninger Coal Co. 


22,510 


Hentz Coal Co. 


22,176 


E. & E. Coal Co. 


21,814 


Lohb Coal Co. 


21,700 


Waddell Coal Co. 


20,532 


Gillizzi Coal Co. 


20,104 


Dancott Coal Co. 


19,787 


Pioneer City Coal Co. 


19,698 


Al Bain 


19,619 


Fleetwood Contracting Co. 


19,459 


Sgro & Mekosh 


19,089 


Basin Coal Co. 


* 19,014 


L. Sc M. Coal Co. 


18,942 


Gasparini Excavating Co. 


18,721 


Mazzoni Coal Co. 


18,718 


Ray Zimmerman 


18,421 


West Exeter Coal Co. 


18,224 


Nagle Contracting Co., Jos. 


18,200 


Big Five Coal Co. 


17,725 


Maksim! k Contracting Co. 


17,616 


Howard Koppenhaver 


17,610 


Gavalis Stripping Co. 


17,563 


Bernice White Ash Coal Co. 


17,527 


Bowman-Coleman Coal Co. 


17,519 


Otto Bros. Coal Co. 


17,424 


Wyoming Coal Co. 


17,158 


Rick Bros. 


17, 140 


Hatter Coal Co. 


17,128 


Schock Contracting Co. 


17,100 



Operator 



F. B. Stump 


16,935 


Skytop Coal Co. 


16,412 


Repplier Coal Co. 


16,127 


Spearhead Mining Co. 


16,034 


Herb & Reed 


15,600 


Genelow Mining Co. 


15,530 


Wyell Construction Co. 


15,425 


Haven Coal & Supply Co. 


15,306 


Clark Maurer 


15,280 


Boslego Coal Co. 


15,100 


York Tunnel Coal Co. 


14,907 


East Mines Contr'g. Co. 


14,800 


Maurer Coal Sales Co. 


14,485 


Sunshine Coal Co. (North- 




umberland Co.) 


14,473 


Oravitz Contr'g. Co. 


U,340 


Valley Construction Co. 


14,328 


Tolerico Coal Co. 


U,185 


P. & F. Coal Co. 


M,025 


Sobleskie Coal Co. 


13,962 


Bliss Coal Co. 


13,729 


Gerrity Contr'g. Co. 


13,502 


Rhoads Co., Inc. 


12,743 


Gaylord Coal Co. 


12,635 


Dial Rock Coal Co. 


12,327 


Grochowski Coal Co. 


12,271 


Hoffman Bros. 


12,054 


Forsum Coal Co. 


11,890 


G. & M. Stefonick 


11,842 


Landingville Coal Co. 


11,791 


Anthony Sabitsky & Co. 


11,764 


Sunshine Coal Co. (Lacka.Co.) 11,694 


Kettle Coal Co. 


11,624 


Blaschak Coal Co. 


11,565 


Chornack Bros. 


11,296 


Schoener Contr'g. Co. 


11,200 


Broscious & Rumberger 


11,104 


Gianforcoro Coal Co. 


11,041 


Allen Herb 


10,892 


Swartzlander Coal Co. 


10,660 


Harry & Mark Reed 


10,653 


Back Basin Coal Co. 


10,635 


Sickler Estate 


10,570 


Mar Strip. & Excav. Co. 


10,404 


Sausnock & Mady 


10,400 


E. & H. Coal Co. 


10,379 


Walaitis Coal Co. 


10,160 


York Enterprise Co. 


10,000 



64 



5TR1P MINING REPORT 



STRIPPING REPORT, 1953 



Dist- 




Stripping 


Days 


Empl- 


rict 


Operator & Stripping 


production 


worked 


oyes 


26 


Alpec Coal Co. 










Sprlngdale 


16,205 


155 


49 


24 


Al-Penn Contracting Co. 










Stripping 


4, 959 


49 


8 


25 


Banks, Jos., Constrn. Co. 










Stripping 


69,336 


238 


18 




Bazley, J. Robert 








19 


Stripping 


81,000 


247 


29 


23 


Stripping 

Total for Co. 
Beaver Brook Coal Co. 


32,185 


136 


21 




113,185 




50 










26 


Beaver Brook 
Bliss Coal Co. 


61,230 


241 


28 


1 


Stripping 
B. & M. Coal Co. 


13,729 


223 


9 


26 


Silver Brook 
Booth, John, Inc. 


7,940 


90 


16 


1 


Stripping 
Botscheller Coal Co. 


98,155 


213 


55 


1 


Stripping 
Broscious & Etzweiler 


3,856 


100 


5 


25 


Stripping 
Burke Coal Co. 


4,190 


207 


11 


1 


Stripping 
Butler & Savage 


80,460 


324 


83 


2 


Stripping 
Capitol Coal Co. 


397 


18 


5 


23 


Stripping 
Capparell Constrn. Co. 


43,602 


239 


29 


7 


Stripping 
Centralia Mining Co. 


69,924 


212 


51 


22 


Centralia 
Coates Coal Co. 


5,262 


65 


10 


22 


Stripping 
Colitz Coal Co. 


58,071 


206 


15 


19 


Colitz 
Conlon Coal Co. 


38,748 


96 


80 


10 


Madeira 
Creek Coal Co. 


86,275 


217 


■ 


19 


Wolf Creek 
DeAngelis Coal Co. 


2,610 


66 


13 


1 


Stripping 
Demchak Excavating Co. 


26,939 


203 


35 


2 


Stripping 
Dewees Coal Co. 


2,434 


132 


4 


1 


Stripping 
Diamond Coal Co. 


65,184 


208 


54 


23 


C. & J. 
Draper Contracting Co. 


25,458 


245 


17 


26 


Tunnel Ridge 
Duryea Anthracite Co. 


54,655 


240 


32 


14 


Vest End 
East Mines Contrg. Co. 


20,555 


276 


20 


19 


Stripping 


14,800 


247 


16 



66 



STRIPPING REPORT, 1953 



Dist- 




Stripping 


Days 


Empl- 


rict 


Operator & Stripping 


production 


worked 


oyes 




E. & E. Coal Co. 








1 


Stripping 
E. & H. Coal Co. 


21, 8U 


203 


15 


1 


Stripping 
Fisher Associates 


10,379 


306 


8 


25 


Stripping 
Garote & Martin 


42,362 


207 


33 


21 


Stripping 
Gasparini Excavating Co. 


U,388 


63 


6 


1 


Stripping 


2,124 


56 


16 


2 


Stripping 


16.597 


192 


13 




Total for Co. 


18,721 




29 




Gavalis, Jos., Strip. Co. 








19 


Stripping 


640 


22 


9 


25 


Stripping 

Total for Co. 
G. C. & S. Excavating Co. 


16,923 


137 


12 




17,563 




21 










3 


Stripping 
Gilberton Coal Co. 


1,081 


24 


18 


22 


Gilberton 


31,282 


206 


47 


22 


William Penn 


85.015 


M7 


66 




Total for Co. 


116,297 




113 




Gillizzi Coal Co. 








6 


Stripping 
Glen Alden Coal Co. 


20,104 


202 


7 


11 


Empire-Kidder 


4,399 


28 


25 


13 


Huber 


8,875 


29 


47 


13 


Sugar Notch 


53,217 


251 


36 


13 


Truesdale 


4,419 


23 


12 


U 


Wanamie (Biscontini) 


25,426 


49 


13 


u 


■ (Kingston) 


123,553 


244 


55 


26 


Tresckow 


19,553 


181 


10 


26 


Audenried 


49,215 


237 


40 




Total for Co. 


288,657 




238 




Gowen Coal Co. 








15 


Gowen 
Greenwood Mining Co. 


51,920 


295 


16 


6 


Greenwood 


13,180 


184 


10 


10 


Laflin 
Hammond Coal Co. 


3.699 


46 


* 




16,879 




10 










22 


Hammond 
Harry E. Coal Co. 


184,878 


208 


39 


10 


Mineral Spring 
Hazle Brook Coal Co. 


101,899 


200 


« 


22 


Continental 


55,211 


221 


39 


22 


Mid valley 


36.730 


198 


22 




Total for Co. 
Heidelberg Coal Co. 


91,941 




71 










6 


Heidelberg 
Hill, Frank, Inc. 


44,356 


224 


48 


19 


Stripping 
Hoffman Bros. 


35,150 


U7 


20 


21 


Stripping 


1,964 


86 


6 


25 


Stripping 

Total for Co. 


10,090 


101 


5 




12,054 




11 



67 



STRIPPING REPORT, 1953 



Dist- 




Stripping 


Days 


Empl- 


rict 


Operator &. Stripping 


production 


worked 


oyes 




Hoke & Hauptly 








19 


Stripping 
Hudson Coal Co. 


40,313 


207 


17 


10 


Delaware 


24,920 


158 


• 


10 


Pine Ridge 


8,653 


158 


* 


11 


Baltimore 


15,875 


90 


28 


12 


Loree 

Total for Co. 


156.104 


177 


« 




205,552 




28 




Huss Contracting Co. 








19 


Stripping 


53,640 


154 


27 


25 


Stripping 


42 1 58? 


82 


27 




Total for Co, 


97,223 




54 




Indian Head Coal Co. 








21 


TnriinTi Head 


112,747 


242 


103 


27 


Coal Creek 


2,074 


52 


12 




Total for Co. 


114,821 




116 




Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. 








15 


Drifton 


113,585 


265 


67 


15 


Eckley 


117,369 


265 


108 


15 


Jeddo #7 


158,188 


280 


57 


15 


Lattimer 


2,141 


1H 


19 


15 


Tomhicken 


23.888 


258 


22 




Total for Co. 


415,171 




283 




Kehoe-Berge Coal Co. 








5 


William A 


610 


111 


4 


5 


Stevens 


133 


21 


4 


5 


Feederdam 


1,530 


44 


11 


5 


Hunter 


31,271 


250 


14 




Total for Co. 


33, 544 




33 




Kingston Mining Corp. 








7 


Stripping 
Kohinoor Coal Co. 


29,031 


184 


40 


20 


Kohinoor 
K. P. T. Coal Co. 


53,538 


87 


105 


10 


Stripping 
lat timer Coal Corp. 


4,360 


39 


U 


15 


Humboldt 
Lehigh Navigation Coal Co. 


81,230 


189 


55 


17 


Tamaqua 


396,523 


143 


240 


18 


Coaldale 


236,159 


U3 


160 




Total for Co. 


632,682 




400 




Lehigh Valley Coal Co. 








9 


Westmoreland 


16,092 


105 


7 


10 


Henry 


31,336 


136 


« 


11 


Dorrance 


15,355 


97 


6 


15 


Hazleton Shaft 


60,812 


153 


90 


15 


Black Ridge 


25,392 


274 


26 


15 


Cranberry 


22,442 


262 


22 




Total for Co. 


181,429 




151 




Mammoth Coal Co. 








22 


Mammoth 


169,454 


252 


37) 


22 


Morris Ridge 

Total for Co. 


11,673 




) 




181,127 




37 



STRIPPING REPORT, 1953 



Dist- 




Stripping 


Days 


Empl- 


rict 


Operator & Stripping 


production 


worked 


oyes 




Mar Stripping & 










Excavating Co. 








21 


Stripping 


8,707 


164 


8 


27 


Stripping 


1.697 


70 


8 




Total for Co. 


10,404 




16 




Martinez, Broderick, Bridy 








24 


Stripping 
Maryd Coal Mining Co. 


3,632 


53 


14 


19 


Carbon 
M. B. & B. Contrg. Co. 


90,690 


221 


102 


22 


Stripping 
McHale & Santor 


32,467 


171 


21 


19 


Stripping 
Meadovside Coal Co. 


6,^70 


132 


9 


3 


Msadovside 
Metro Quarry & Materials Co. 


640 


31 


4 


22 


Stripping 
Mika, John 


38,834 


207 


27 


25 


Stripping 
Moffat Coal Co. 


2,547 


157 


15 


3 


Brisbin 


10,068 


42 


39 


3 


Mt. Pleasant 


16,137 


151 


30 


3 


Rockwell 


7,043 


108 


40 


3 


Storrs 


66,596 


273 


58 


5 


National 


1,308 


36 


« 


5 


Continental 


9,528 


297 


5 


5 


Pyne 


63,456 


261 


32 


5 


Hyde Park 

Total for Co. 


8,792 


94 


« 




182,928 




204 




Moncavage Bros. 








23 


Penna. 
Moosic Mountain Coal Co. 


2,613 


55 


5 


2 


Moosic Mountain 
Morea Mining Co. 


2,180 


52 


4 


26 


New Boston 
Moss Glen Contracting Co. 


43,864 


205 


36 


19 


Stripping 
Motley Coal Co. 


2,600 


20 


9 


1 


Erie 
Mountain Top Coal Co. 


13,U7 


I64 


6 


15 


Tomhicken 


1,340 


17 


15 


18 


Junedale 


1,706 


62 


9 




Total for Co. 


3,046 




24 




Mt. Penn Contracting Co. 








19 


Stripping 


36.308 


241 


19 ) 


27 


Stripping 

Total for Co. 


2.357 




) 




38,665 




19 




Nagle Contracting Co., Jos. 








19 


Stripping 


18,200 


179 


15 



69 



STRIPPING REPORT, 1953 



Dist- 




Stripping 


Days 


Empl- 


rict 


Operator & Stripping 


production 


worked 


oyes 




Newport Excavating Co. 








7 


Stripping 
No. 9 Coal Co. 


187,028 


188 


85 


8 


No. 6 
No. 14 Coal Co. 


3,624 


7 


10 


8 


No. U 
Northwest Coal Co. 


6,254 


131 


5 


1 


Raymond 


12,592 


H9 


22 


3 


Northwest 

Total for Co. 
Old Forge Coal Co. 


942 


175 


8 




13,534 




30 










5 


B. & W. Stripping 


2,465 


119 


4 


6 


Old Forge ■ 

Total for Co. 
Oneida Engineering Co. 


74.805 


265 


28 




77,270 




32 










19 


Stripping 
Park Side Coal Co. 


6,300 


59 


22 


10 


Blue Diamond 
Payne Coal Co. 


558 


6 


10 


26 


Spring Mountain 


( 50,304 


167 


28 


26 


Spring Brook 

Total for Co. 
Peca Coal Co. 


( 


124 


17 




50,304 




45 










26 


Primrose 
Penn Rich Contracting Co. 


U,797 


155 


66 


18 


Stripping 
Perry Construction Co. 


49,750 


245 


35 


1 


Stripping 


9,788 


129 


22 


2 


Stripping 
Philadelphia &°Rea§lng 


17.486 


150 


22 




27,274 




44 












Coal & Iron Co. 








19 


Pine Knot 


126,025 


241 


57 


19 


Wadesville 


328,101 


234 


243 


20 


Knickerbocker 


135,714 


291 


116 


20 


Shenandoah 


411,186 


164 


438 


21 


Capparell (Heckscherville) 


214,500 


213 


188 


21 


Capparell (Oak Hill) 


26,628 


194 


31 


21 


Correale 


49,980 


39 


45 


22 


. Bast 


78,922 


144 


50 


23 


Locust Gap 


234,299 


230 


160 


23 


Reliance 


135,729 


183 


87 


24 


Bear Valley 





169 


36 


24 


United 


7,492 


94 


13 


26 


Tunnel Ridge 


36,997 


235 


37 


27 


Potts (Pioneer) 


80,102 


182 


31 


27 


" (Martinez-Broderick) 


51,862 


215 


43 


27 


Hunter Tunnel 


29,469 


172 


18 


27 


Buck Run 

Total for Co. 





71 


20 




1,947,006 




1,613 



Phoenix Contracting Co. 

Knickerbocker 10,299 



70 



STRIPPING REPORT, 1953 



Dist- 




Stripping 


Days 


Empl- 


rict 


Operator & Stripping 


production 


worked 


oyes 




Pine Ridge Mining Co. 








22 


Stripping 
Pioneer City Coal Co. 


47,506 


215 


15 


1 


Stripping 
Pioneer Excavating Co. 


15,510 


143 


15 


1 


Stripping 
Plains-Eilldale Coal Co. 


51,363 


249 


IS 


8 


Stripping 
Reichneder, George 


13,2^1 


129 


11 


21 


Stripping 
Reilly, Charles L. 


39,158 


298 


28 


25 


Stripping 
Repplier Coal Co. 


4,622 


31 


5 


19 


Stripping 
Rosini Bros. Coal Co. 


16,127 


59 


U 


24 


Fidler 
Rowland, Robert 


15,781 


137 


20 


19 


Stripping 
Ryon Coal Co. 


4,210 


19 


14 


19 


Stripping 
Sanchez Contracting Co. 


3,294 


59 


9 


19 


Stripping 
Sando & Provanzo 


28,679 


230 


32 


15 


Harvood 


1,139 


20 


12 


15 


Spearpoint 


2,636 


77 


13 




Total for Co. 


4,775 




25 




Sandy Run Miners & 










Producers Co. 








15 


Upper Lehigh 
Sarf Coal Co. 


40,917 


198 


42 


8 


Rex 
Schock Contracting Co. 


12,609 


143 


4 


19 


Stripping 
Schoener Contracting Co. 


17,100 


168 


11 


19 


Stripping 
Schunacher & Son, J. E. 


11,200 


192 


11 


25 


Stripping 


5,205 


4 


15 


27 


Kemble 

Total for Co. 
ShallaEianda, Steve 


60.549 


196 


42 




65,754 




57 










25 


Stripping 
Simpson Coal Co. 


2,982 


66 


8 


1 


Stripping 
St. Clair Coal Co. 


8,278 


233 


8 


19 


St. Clair 
Steam Coals, Inc. 


189,176 


223 


44 


24 


Hickory 


30,260 


102 


9 


24 


Shenandoah 


51,275 


97 


20 


24 


Thomas & Bro. 


14,110 


110 


15) 


24 


Rosini 

Total for Co. 
Stefonick, G. & M. 


3.400 




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99,045 




44 










21 


Stripping 


11,842 


270 


8 



71 



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Dist- 




Stripping 


Days 


Empl- 


rict 


Operator & Stripping 


production 


worked 


oyes 




Stevens Coal Co. 








24 


A. E. Dick 


426,328 


231 


130 


25 


Westvood 

Total for Co. 


5.968 


186 


* 




432,296 




130 




Stiely, Wellington 








27 


Stripping 
Sullivan Trail Coal Co. 


34,604 


280 


13 


26 


Buck Mountain 
Susquehanna Collieries Div. 
M. A. Hanna Co. 


45,430 


247 


28 


u 


No. 7 (Biscontini) 


25,114 


189 


8 


u 


Glen Lyon (Biscontini) 


48,415 


214 


31 


u 


Alden (Biscontini) 


19,876 


195 


H 


22 


Logan Basin 


91,647 


147 


61 


24 


K. & H. 


33,452 


135 


9 


24 


United 


6,712 


57 


8 


24 


Capitol 


10,066 


16 


15 


24 


Thomas & Bro. 

Total for Co. 


827 


10 


8 




236,109 




154 




Tarrone Coal Co. 








22 


Stripping 
Thomas & Bro., W. H. 


5,794 


118 


7 


27 


Stripping 
Tolerico Coal Co. 


4,964 


69 


17 


1 


Stripping 
Turnpike Coal Co. 


14,185 


278 


13 


2 


Stripping 
United Contracting Co. 


11,148 


150 


4 


19 


Stripping 
Valley Construction Co. 


4,120 


54 


12 


27 


Stripping 
Walinchus, William 


3,830 


93 


5 


25 


Stripping 
Weston Coal Co. 


1,825 


64 


5 


26 


Morea 
Weston Dodson & Co., Inc. 


70,054 


246 


115 


18 


Stripping 
Wyell Construction Co. 


261,055 


144 


252 


26 


Park 
Yaccino Construction Co. 


15,425 


83 


21 


18 


Stripping 

Region Total 


4,128 


219 


19 




8,883,984 




6,514 



72 



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ACCIDENTS IN WHICH FIVE OR MORE PERSONS 
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ACCIDENTS IN WHICH FIVE OR MORE PERSONS WERE KILIED, 1847 - 1953 









Location 


Number 


Year 


Date 


Colliery 


of colliery 


Cause of accident killed 


1847 


Feb. 


Spencer 


Pottsville 


Explosion of gas 


7 


1869 


Sept. 6 


Avondale 


Plymouth 


Mine fire 


110 


1870 


Mar. 22 


Potts 


Locust Dale 


Boiler explosion 


5 




Aug. 10 


Reins & Glassmire 


Middleport 


Cage fell down shaft 


9 




Aug. 29 


Preston #3 


Girardville 


Car fell down slope 


7 


1871 


May 27 


West Pittston 


West Pittston 


Suffocated by smoke 
from burning breaker 


20 




Oct. 2 


Otto Red Ash 


Branch Dale 


Explosion of gas 


5 


1873 


June 10 


Henry Clay 


Shamokin 


Explosion of gas 


10 


1877 


May 9 


Wadesville 


Wadesville 


Explosion of gas 


7 


1878 


Jan. 15 


Potts 


Locust Dale 


Explosion of gas 


5 


1879 


May 6 


Audenried 


Audenried 


Explosion of gas 


6 




Nov. 2 


Mill Creek 


Mill Creek 


Explosion of gas 


5 


1880 


May 3 


Lykens Valley 


Shamokin 


Explosion of gas 


5 


1882 


May 24 


Kohinoor 


Shenandoah 


Explosion of gas 


5 


1884 


Aug. 21 


Buck Ridge 


Shamokin 


Mine fire 


7 


1885 


Apr. 6 


Cuyler 


Raven Run 


Fall of roof 


10 




Aug. 11 


West End 


Mocanaqua 


Suffocated by gas from 
boiler fire 


10 




Oct. 21 


Plymouth #2 


Plymouth 


Explosion of gas 


6 




Dec. 18 


Nanticoke #1 


Nanticoke 


Inrush of quicksand 


26 


1886 


Aug. 30 


Fair Lawn 


Scranton 


Explosion of gas 


6 




Sept. 13 


Marvine 


Scranton 


Suffocated by gas 


8 




Nov. 26 


Conynghani 


Wilkes-Barre 


Explosion of gas 


12 


1887 


Apr. 27 


Tunnel 


Ashland 


Suffocated by gas 


5 




Oct. 1 


Bast 


Big Mine Run 


Explosion of gas 


5 


1889 


May 9 


Kaska, William 


Middleport 


Car fell on cage in shaft 


10 


1890 


Feb. 1 


Nottingham 


Plymouth 


Explosion of gas 


8 




Mar. 3 


S.Wilkes-Barre #3 


Wilkes-Barre 


Explosion of gas 


8 




Apr. 2 


Susquehanna #4 


Nanticoke 


Explosion of gas 


5 




May 15 


Jersey #8 


Ashley 


Explosion of gas 


26 


1891 


Feb. 4 


Spring Mtn. #1 


Jeanesville 


Drowned - water from 
old workings 


13 




Oct. 23 


Richardson 


Glen Carbon 


Suffocated by gas 


7 




Nov. 8 


Susquehanna #1 


Nanticoke 


Explosion of gas 


12 


1892 


Apr. 20 


Lytle 


Minersville 


Drowned - water from 
old workings 


10 




July 23 


York Farm 


Pottsville 


Explosion of gas 


15 


1893 


Apr. 1 


Neilson 


Shamokin 


Mine fire 


10 




June 22 


Susquehanna #1 


Nanticoke 


Explosion of gas 


5 




Sept. 21 


Lance #11 


Plymouth 


Explosion of gas 


6 


1894 


Feb. 13 


Gaylord 


Plymouth 


Fall of roof 


13 




July 17 


East Sugar Loaf 


Stockton 


Explosion of powder 
and dynamite 


8 




Oct. 8 


Luke Fidler 


Shamokin 


Mine fire 


5 




Oct. 11 


Henry Clay 


Shamokin 


Boiler Explosion 


6 


1895 


Feb. 18 


West Bear Ridge 


Mahanoy Plane 


Explosion of gas 


5 




Oct. 7 


Dorrance 


Wilkes-Barre 


Explosion of gas 


7 


1896 


June 28 


Twin 


Pittston 


Fall of roof 


58 




Oct. 29 


S.Wilkes-Barre #3 


Wilkes-Barre 


Explosion of gas 


6 


1897 


Jan. 13 


Wadesville 


Wadesville 


Crosshead fell down shaft 


5 




Sept. 28 


Jermyn #1 


Rendham 


Mine fire 


5 




Oct. 30 


Von Storch 


Scranton 


Mine fire 


6 


1898 


May 26 


Kaska, William 


Middleport 


Drowned - water from 
old workings 


6 




Oct. 1 


Midvale 


Wilkes-Barre 


Mine fire 


5 




Nov. 5 


Exeter 


West Pittston 


Car fell on cage in shaft 


9 


1900 


Nov. 9 


Buck Mountain 


Mahanoy City 


Explosion of gas 


7 


1901 


Oct. 25 


Buttonwood 


Plymouth 


Explosion of gas 


6 


1902 


Nov. 29 


Luke Fidler 


Shamokin 


Explosion of gas 


7 




Dec. 9 


S. Wilkes-Barre 


Wilkes-Barre 


Explosion of powder 
and dynamite 


5 


1904 


Jan. 30 


Maple Hill 


Mahanoy City 


Explosion of powder 
and dynamite 


5 



75 





ACCIDENTS IN WHICH FIVE OR 1 


MORE PERSONS WERE 


KILLED, 1847 - 1953 










Location 


Number 


Tear 


Date 


Colliery 


of colliery 


Cause of accident killed 


1904 


May 5 


lance 


Plymouth 


Explosion of powder 
and dynamite 


5 




May 5 


Locust Gap 


Locust Gap 


Mine fire 


5 




May 25 


Will jams town 


Williams town 


Suffocated by gas from 
mine locomotive 


10 




Nov. 2 


Auchincloss 


Nanticoke 


Falling down shaft 


10 


1905 


Feb. 18 


Lytle 


Minersville 


Fall of roof 


5 




Mar. 9 


Clear Spring 


West Pittston 


Falling down shaft 


7 




Apr. 26 


Conyngham 


Wilkes-Barre 


Falling down shaft 


10 


1906 


May 15 


Shenandoah City 


Shenandoah 


Explosion of powder 
ar>d dynamite 


7 




Aug. 6 


Susquehanna #7 


Nanticoke 


Explosion of gas 


6 


1907 


Mar. 2 


Holden 


Taylor 


Explosion of gas 


7 


1908 


June 18 


Johnson #1 


Priceburg 


Explosion of gas 


7 




May 12 


Mount Lookout 


Wyoming 


Explosion of gas 


12 




May 13 


Prospect 


Midvale 


Fall of roof 


5 




July 15 


Williamstown 


Williams town 


Explosion of powder 
and dynamite 


6 




Aug. 28 


Warrior Run 


Wilkes-Barre 


Mine cars 


6 


1909 


Mar. 2 


Pennsylvania #14 


Pittston 


Explosion of gas 


8 




Nov. 9 


Auchincloss 


Nanticoke 


Mine fire 


9 


1910 


Jan. 11 


Nottingham 


Plymouth 


Explosion of gas 


7 




Mar. 12 


S.Wilkes-Barre #5 


Wilkes-Barre 


Explosion of gas 


7 


1911 


Apr. 7 


Pancoast 


Throop 


Mine fire 


72 




May 27 


Cameron 


Shamokin 


Explosion of gas 


5 




Sept. 12 


Marvine 


Scranton 


Mine cars 


5 




Oct. 3 


Drifton #2 


Freeland 


Cave- in 


5 


1912 


Jan. 9 


Parrish 


Plymouth 


Explosion of gas 


6 


1913 


Aug. 2 


East Brookside 


Tower City 


Explosion of gas 


20 


19U 


May 29 


Maryd 


Maryd 


Overwinding of cage 


6 




Sept. 16 


Lehigh #4 


Lansford 


Explosion of gas 


7 




Dec. 9 


Diamond 


Scranton 


Falling down shaft 


13 


1915 


Feb. 17 


Prospect 


Wilkes-Barre 


Explosion of gas 


13 


1916 


Feb. 8 


Lance #11 


Plymouth 


Explosion of gas 


7 




Mar. 9 


Hollenback #2 


Wilkes-Barre 


Explosion of gas 


6 




Aug. 8 


Woodward 


Edwardsville 


Explosion of gas 


6 


1919 


June 5 


(Baltimore #5 




Explosion of powder 








(Baltimore Tunnel 


Wilkes-Barre 


and dynamite 


92 




July 8 


Lansford 


Lansford 


Explosion of gas 


8 


1921 


Mar. 9 


Rahn 


Seek 


Explosion of gas 


5 


1922 


Nov. 3 


Eddy Creek 


Scranton 


Premature blast 


6 


1923 


Feb. 21 


Alliance 


Middleport 


Explosion of gas 


5 




June 26 


Richards 


Mount Carmel 


Explosion of gas 


5 




Dec. 8 


Mount Je8sup #2 


Jessup 


Fall of roof 


5 


1924 


June 6 


Loomis 


Nanticoke 


Explosion of gas 


H 


1925 


May 22 


Woodward 


Edwardsville 


Explosion of gas 


7 




Aug. 3 


Dorrance 


Wilkes-Barre 


Explosion of gas 


10 


1926 


May 6 


Randolph 


Port Carbon 


Explosion of gas 


5 




July 3 


Pettebone 


Kingston 


Explosion of gas 


7 




Oct. 30 


Susquehanna #7 


Nanticoke 


Explosion of gas 


9 


1927 


May 26 


Woodward 


Edwardsville 


Fall of roof, followed 
by an explosion of gas 


7 


1928 


May 25 


Baltimore #5 


Wilkes-Barre 


Explosion of gas 


10 


1930 


Aug. 8 


Gilberton 


Gilberton 


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8 


1931 


May 29 


Richards 


Mount Carmel 


Explosion of gas 


5 


1935 


Jan. 21 


Gilberton 


Gilberton 


Explosion of gas 


13 




May 7 


S. Wilkes-Barre 


Wilkes-Barre 


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7 


1936 


Aug. 24 


Clear Spring 


West Pittston 


Explosion of gas 


5 


1938 


Apr. 27 


St. Clair 


St. Clair 


Explosion of gas 


8 




June 2 


Volpe 


Pittston Twp. 


Explosion of gas 


10 


1943 


Sept. 24 


Primrose 


Minersville 


Explosion of gas 


14 



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121 



MAILING LISTS 



OPERATORS - MINE INSPECTORS 

AND 
EXECUTIVE OFFICE PERSONNEL 



123 



ANTHRACITE OPERATORS, GENERAL MANAGERS, MAILING ADDRESSES 
1953 



Dist- 






General 




rict 




Operator 


Manager 


Address 


2 


B 


Ace Coal Co, 


Louis Simoncelli 


Blake ly, Pa. 


26 




Alessi Coal Co. 


Natalie Alessi 


Mahanoy City, Pa. 


26 





Alpec Coal Co. 


Albert G. Peca 


Mabanoy City, Pa. 


24 


£ 


Al-Penn Contr'g. Co., Inc 


:. Ed. Bridy 


Atlas, Pa. 


20 


B 


Altamont Coal Co. 


Ralph Tenaglia, HO Nice 


St., Frackville, Pa. 


27 


E 


Andershonis Coal Co. 


Charles Andershonis 


Frackville, Pa. 


19 


8 


Angelo &. Borrelli 


William Angelo 


Minersville, Pa. 


2 




A. & R. Coal Co. 


Ralph Riccini 


Jessup, Pa. 


27 


B 


Ashland Coal Co. 


John Heifner 


Ashland, Pa. 


20 


B 


Atkins Coal Co. 


Henry Atkins, Box 6, 


Frackville, Pa. 


27 




Back Basin Coal Co. 


Frank Mucha 


Frackville, Pa, 


25 


e 


Bain, Al. 


Al. Bain 


Pine Grove, Pa. 


25 




Banks Constr. Co., Jos. 


B. C. Banks 


Kingston, Pa. 


27 




Barba Coal Co., Jose 


Jose Barba 


R.D. Schuylkill Haven 


24 




Basin Coal Co. 


Victor Murdock, 622 Bear 










Valley Ave., Shamokin, Pa. 


19-23 




Bazley, J. Robert 


J. Robert Bazley 


Port Carbon, Pa. 


26 


B 


Beaver Brook Coal Co. 


George Huss 


Ringtown, Pa. 


18 




Beaver Meadow Mng. Co. 


A. J. McNulty 


Beaver Meadow, Pa. 


23 




Bednarczyk, Joseph 


Joseph Bednarczyk 


Shamokin, Pa. 


24 


B 


Bellaire Coal Sales Co. 


F. 0. Johnson, Box 318, 


Shamokin, Pa. 


3-26 


B" Bellevue Coal Co. 


R. E, Nolan, 537 N. Washington St., Scranton,Pa. 


10 


B 


Bernice White Ash Coal Cc 


i. William A. Monahan 


Mildred, Pa. 


23 





Big Five Coal Co. 


Charles Menapace 


Atlas, Pa. 


9 




Bird Mining Co. 


Morgan Bird, Jr. 


Edwards ville, Pa. 


2.6 


6 


Biros Coal Co, 


John Biros 


Delano, Pa. 


19 


B 


Black Heath Coal Co. 


Lewis W. Jones 


Cressona, Pa. 


26 




Blaschak Coal Co. 


John Blaschak 


Ringtown, Pa. 


20 




Bias-del Mining Co. 


Manuel Delpozo 


Ringtown, Pa. 


1 




Blasi Coal Co. 


Domonic Blasi 


Archbald, Pa. 


1 




Bliss Coal Co. 


George Bliss 


Peckville, Pa. 


1-2 




Blue Flame Coal Co. 


John Fanucci 


Jessup, Pa. 


25 


B 


Blyler, Roy 


Roy E. Blyler 


Valley View, Pa. 


26 





B. & M. Coal Co. 


Nicholas Marnell 


Hazleton, Pa. 


19 


B 


B. & N. Coal Co. 


Paul A. Bittle 


Cressona, Pa. 


26 




Bolish Coal Co. 


John Bolish 


Mahanoy City, Pa. 


26 




Boner & Webb Coal Co. 


Ray Webb 


Mahanoy City, Pa. 


1 




Booth, John, Inc. 


Charles A. Booth 


Carbondale, Pa. 


2D 




Bosack Coal Co. 


Frank Bosack 


Llewelljrn, Pa. 


2i 




Boslego Coal Co. 


Andrew Boslego, 738 Pine 


St., Kulpmont, Pa. 


1 




Botscheller Coal Co. 


George Botscheller 


Scranton, Pa. 


27 




Bowman-Coleman Coal Co. 


Henry Bowman 


Sacramento, Pa. 


19 


e 


Brazukas Coal Co. 


Peter Brazukas 


lanersville, Pa. 


26 




Brehony Coal Co. 


George Brehony 


Frackville, Pa. 


26 




Bres Contracting Co. 


John Gildea 


Hazleton, Pa. 


21 




Brilla & Co., John 


Francis Stevens, Box 164. 


Minersville, Pa. 


25 




Broscious & Etzwcilcr 


Harry Etzweiler 


Good Spring 


23 




Broscious & Rumbcrger 


Reuben Broscious 


Shamokin, Pa. 


27 


§ 


Bubble Coal Co. 


Henry Trassatt 


Minersville, Pa. 


1 




Burke Coal Co. 


Timothy Burke 


Scranton, Pa. 


2 


& 


Butler & Savage 


Edward Butler 


Peckville, Pa. 


19 




Cano & Martin 


Ray Cn.no 


Minersville, Pa. 


23 




Capitol Coal Co, 


C. J. Chcrvanick 


Shamokin, Pa. 


9-10 


B 


Capone Coal Co. 


Samuel J. Capone 


Luzerne, Pa. 


7 




Capparcll Constr. Co. 


Joseph Capparell 


Hazleton, Pa. 


26 


B 


Carbonizing Coal Co. 


Ray E. Davis 


Scranton, Pa. 


19 


B 


Cass Contracting Co. 


James V. Ryan 


Pottsville, Pa. 


22 




Centralia Mining Co. 


Elmer Christ 


Centralia, Pa. 


8 




C. & G. Coal Co. 


Daniel Constantino 


Yatesville, Pa. 



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rict 



ANTHRACITE OPERATORS, GENERAL MANAGERS, MAILING ADDRESSES 
1953 



Operator 



General 
Manager 



23 

21 
2 
22 
27 
19 
19 
10 
18 
9 
23 
19 
23 
27 



24-27 

27 

25 

27 

22 

1-2 

25 

27 

27 

27 

2 

1 

9 
23 
24 
21 
26 
26 
10-U 

6 

1 
24 
19 

2 

1 

1 
20 
25 

6 

2 
24 
21 
19 
21 
27 

2 
25 
27 
21 
21 
26 
20 



Chapleski & Folger 

Chornack Bros. 

C. & L. Coal Co. 

Coates Coal Co. 

Cole Coal Co., Thomas 
B Colitz Coal Co. 
© Conde & Lorenzo 

Conlon Coal Co. 
B Connell, John G, 
@ Courtdale Coal Co. 

C. & R. Trucking Co. 
B Creek Coal Co. 

Cullen Coal Co. 
W Cyclone Coal Co. 

C. &. S. Coal Co. 
B Dalebrook Coal Co. 
B Dancott Coal Co. 
B Dando, Joseph P.., Sr. 
B Dayton Coal Co. 
S D. & D. Coal Co. 
€ D. & D. Coal Co. 
B DeAngelis Coal Co. 
B Deaven, David 

DeClerico Coal Co., Angelo 

Deeter & Carl Coal Co. 

Deitrick & Ebert Coal Co. 

Demchak Excavating Co. 

Dewees Coal Co. 
B Dial Rock Coal' Co. 
B Diamond Coal Co. 
B Diminick Coal Sales Co. 
B DiRenzo Coal Co. 

Draper Contracting Co. 

Dudash & Co. 
B Duryea Anthracite Co. 
W Dutch Gap Coal Co. 

Dwonczyk Coal Co. 
B D. & z". Coal Co, 

East Mines Contracting Co. 
@ Edgewood Processing Co. 

E. & E. Coal Co. 

E. & H. Coal Co. 

B Englewood Coal Co. 

Erdman Bros. 
W Erie Concentrated Fuel Co. 
€ Fabri Coal Co. 

Fair Deal Coal Cc. 

Falls Coal Co. 

Farley L I'uiat 

Fegley & Tretter 
© Fetterhoff & Mitsky 

F. & G. Coal Co. 
Fisher Associates 

W Fisher, Chas. A., Jr. 

Fleetwood Contracting Co. 
B Floss Coal Co. 

Forgotsch & Co. 

Forsum Coal Co. 



Leonard Chapleski Shamokin, Pa. 
Steve Chornack, Box 214A, Pottsville, Pa. 



Frank Lehman 
Elmer Christ 
Thomas Cole 
Frank Colitz 
Casper Lorenzo 
John Conlon 
John G. Connell 
Alex Seleski 
Russell S. Cesari 
Gene Beaver 
J. J. Cullen 
J. Wm. McLaughlin 
Anthony Sardo 
Henry Sindaco 
David Evans, 231 Rock St 
Joseph P. Dando, Sr. 
Roy Travitz 
Tony DiCello 
Cyril Doyle 
Joseph DeAngelis 
David Deaven 
Angelo DeClerico 
George Carl 
Lewis Deitrick 
George Demchak 
C. K. Dewees 
Thomas R. Lewis 
Saverio Greco 



Blakely, Pa. 
Centralia, Pa. 
Mt. Carmel, Pa. 
Pottsville, Pa. 
Pottsville, Pa. 
Hudson, Pa. 
Beaver Meadow, Pa. 
Courtdale, Pa. 
Kulpmont, Pa. 
St. Clair, Pa. 
Mt. Carmel, Pa. 
Scranton, Pa. 
Throop, Pa. 
Moosic, Pa. 
, , Shamokin, Pa. 
Llewellyn, Pa. 
Williamstown, Pa. 
Pottsville, Pa. 
Mt. Carmel, Pa. 
Carbondale, Pa. 
Pine Grove, Pa. 
Miners ville, Pa. 
Reinerton, Pa. 
Gordon, Pa. 
Blakely, Pa. 
Kingston, Pa. 
Wyoming, Pa. 
Atlas, Pa. 



Ferdinand DLminick, R.D. 5, Danville, Pa. 
Dominick DiRenzo, 427 Carbon St., Minersville 
Elmer Christ Gilberton, Pa. 

Joseph Dudash Mahanoy City, Pa. 

Charles A. Adonizio, Box 311, Pittston, Pa. 
Douglas Green Moosic, Pa. 

Joseph Dwonczyk Peckville, Pa. 
Stanley Diminick, Box 118, Shamokin, Pa. 



Anthony Valent 
Paul Kelly 
James Bell 
Frank L. Surace 
Russell Tatusko, 109 N. 
Jay G. Erdman 

Hopkins Morgan, 375 N. 
Richard Fabri 



Pottsville, Pa. 

Peckville, Pa. 

Scranton, Pa. 

Childs, Pa. 
6th St., Frackville 

Valley View 
Pine St., Hc.zleton 

Jessup, Pa, 



Joseph Shingara, 634- Bear Valley Ave.,S*;;amokin 



John Zcrnheldt 

Norbert Farley 

Vincent Fegley, Box 435, 

Lester Fetterhoff 

Harry Farnetti 

Harold Fisher 

Chas. A. Fisher, Jr. 

John Cullen 



Zerbe, Pa. 
Minersville, Pa. 
Minersville, Pa. 
Ravine, Pa. 
Jessup, Pa. 
Pottsville, Pa. 
Orwigsburg, Pa. 
Mt. Carmel, Pa. 



Charles Martin, 118 Front St., Minersville 
Joseph Forgotsch Mahanoy City, Pa. 
Joseph Kufro Barnesville, Pa. 



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ANTHRACITE OPERATORS, GENERAL MANAGERS, NAILING ADDRESSES 
1953 



Bist- 
rict 



Operator 



General 
Manager 



22 Galezniak Coal Co. 
20-22 Garber Contracting Co. 

22 Garber, Frank 
21 Garote & Martin 
1-2 Gasparini Excavating Co. 
19-25 Gavalis Strip. Co., Jos. 
7 Gaylord Coal Co. 
3 G. C. & S. Excavating Co. 
9 Genelow Mining Co. 
20-22 Gerrity Contracting Co. 
1 Gianforcoro Coal Co. 

25 Gilbert & Co. 
20-22 B Gilberton Coal Co. 

1 Gillen Coal Co. 

6 Gillizzi Coal Co. 
5-7-9-11-12- 

13-14-26 B +Glcn Aldcn Coal Co. 

6 @ G. & M. Coal Co. 

15 B Gowen Coal Co. (Luzerne) 
24 Gowen Coal Co. ( North' d.) 
3 G. R. & R. Coal Co. 

18 Gravine Coal Co. 

21 Greenbury Drift Coal Co. 
6-10-15 Greenwood Mining Co. 

2 Grizbin Coal Co. 

22 Gro chows ki Coal Co. 

19 @ Gromas Bros. 

2 Gubbio Coal Co. 
2 Guiducci 

26 Halaburda & Co. 
22 B Hammond Coal Co. 

9-10 B Harry E. Coal Co. 

27 Hatter Coal Co. 

19 W Haven Coal & Supply Co. 

22 B Hazle Brook Coal Co. 

24 ® H. & B. Coal Co. 

6 B Heidelberg Coal Co. 

23 Helfenstein Drift Co. 
27 Hentz Coal Co. 

25 Herb, Allen 
25 Herb & Reed 

25 ® Hickory Contracting Co. 

25 High Test Coal Co. 
19 Hill, Frank, Inc. 

6 Hillside Coal Co. (Luz.) 

19 B Hillside Coal Co. (Scbuyl). 
21-25 Hoffman Bros. 

19 Hoke & Hauptly 
27 Holohan Coal Co. 

24 B Hoover Coal Mining Co. 

26 © Hruniuk & Co. 
1-2-3-5- 

10-11-12 B^Hudson Coal Co. 



+ - Has 8 Breakers 



Ted Galezniak Shenandoah, Pa. 

Frank A. Garber, 339 S. 

Spruce St., Mahanoy City, Pa. 

Frank A. Garber, H " Mahanoy City, Pa. 
Charles Martin, 118 Front St., Minersville 



Gene Gasparini 
Joseph Gavalis 
Samuel Bird 
Edward Griffin 
Joseph Troyan 
Richard Gerrity 
George Gianforcoro 
Roland Gilbert 
Elmer Christ, Box 423, 
Thomas Gillen, Jr. 
A. Gillizzi 



Peckville, Pa. 
Orwigsburg, Pa. 
Plymouth, Pa. 
Dunnorc, Pa. 
Swoyerville, Pa. 
Lost Creek, Pa. 
Archbald, Pa. 
Valley View, Pa. 
Gilberton, Pa. 
Carbondale, Pa. 
Pittston, Pa. 



W. II. Everett, 16 S. 
Thos. Gilbreath 
Elmer Roth 
0. E. Salters, 41 S. 
Gene Rosetti 
Frank Gravine 
Michael Dura, 126 H. 
John S. Marshall, R. 
George Grizbin 
Alex Grochowski 
George Gromas 
William Logan 
Andrew Guiducci 
Edward Halaburda 
R. L. Birtley 
Joseph Mayers 
Ernest Hatter 
Chas. Manbeck 
C. A. Garner 
Joseph Reagan, 901 N 
John B. McDade 
Wilfred Ermert 
Barney Hentz 
Allen H. Herb 
Harry Reed 
H. W. Lark 
Kenneth L. Curran 
Lloyd Martz 
Peter Scatina 
Priscilla Norvidas 
Howard Hoffman, 2136 

End Ave., 
Joseph A. Hauptly 
Thomas Holohan, R. D 
George Hoover, 118 N 
John Hruniuk 



River St., Wilkes-Barre 

Moosic, Pa. 

Fern Glen, Fa. 
Market St., Shamokin 

Jermyn, Pa. 

Beaver Meadow, Pa. 
£th St., Frackville, Pa. 
D. 2, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

Jessup, P?.. 

Shenandoah, Pa. 

New Philadelphia, Pa. 

Throop, Pa. 

Peckville, Pa. 

New Boston, Pa. 

Girardville, Pa. 

W. Pittston, Pa. 

Hegins, Pa. 

Schuylkill Haven, Pa. 

Jeddo, Pa. 
Shamokin St., Shamokin 

Avoca, Pa. 

Shamokin, Pa. 

Hegins, Pa. 

Valley View, Pa. 

Tower City, Pa. 

Shamokin, Pa. 

Good Spring, Pa. 

Pottsville, Pa. 

Dupont, Pa. 

Tamaqua, Pa. 
W. 

' Pottsville, Pa. 

Pottsville, Pa. 
. 2, Pottsville, Pa. 
. 6th St., Sunbury, Pa. 

Mahanoy City, Pa. 



John M. Reid, 434 Wyoming Ave., Scranton, Pa. 



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1953 



Dist 










rict 




Operator 


General Manager 


Address 


19-25 




Huss Contracting Co., Geo. 


, George Huss 


Ringtown, Pa. 


15 


B 


Hydro tated Anth. Fuel Co. 


H. W. Hastie 


Lattimer Nines, Pa. 


21-27 


B 


Indian Head Coal Co. 


Louis Pagnotti 


W. Pittston, Pa. 


19 


B 


Indian Run Coal Co. 


Thomas Canfield 


Cressona, Pa. 


19 


B 


Jac Coal Co. 


George Reichneder 


Minersville, Pa. 


18 


B 


Jackson Coal Co. 


Harry Strohl 


Pottsville, Pa. 


15 


B 


"Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. 


C, A. Garner 


Jeddo, Pa. 


27 


@ B 


Joliett Coal Co. 


Peter Lorretti 


W. Pittston, Pa. 


26 




John Jones Coal Co, 


John Jones 


Mahanoy City, Pa. 


24 


B 


Johnson Coal Sales Co. 


F. 0. Johnson, Box 318, 


Shamokin, Pa. 


24-25 


B 


"Jonathan Coal Mining Co. 


Arthur P. Baugh, Jr., 
115 E. lontfjomery Ave., 


Ardmore, Pa. 


22 




Kaplafka Coal Co. 


Andrew Kaplafka 


Lost Creek, Pa. 


24 


B 


K. 8c D. Coal Co. 


John Dietrick, Box 415, 


Shamokin, Pa. 


27 




K. D. & P. Coal Co. 


Michael Kauffman, R. D. 


2, Pottsville, Pa. 


5 


B 


Kehoe-Berge Coal Co. 


Charles A. Shea, Jr., 


Pittston, Pa. 


24 




Kettle Coal Co. 


Emil Dabra, R.D. 1, Box 205, Shamokin, Pa. 


3 


@ 


Keyser Valley Coal Co. 


Peter Brojack 


Winton, Pa. 


23 


© 


K. & H. Contracting Co. 


Edward Helfrick 


Mt. Carmel, Pa. 


7 




Kingston Excavating Co. 


John B. Corgan 


Kingston, Pa. 


7-9 




Kingston Mining Corp. 


Morgan Bird 


Edwardsville, Pa. 


20 


B 


Klimas Bros. Coal Co, 


George Klimas 


" Shaft, Pa. 


19 


B 


K, M. F. Coal Service 


Howard Fees 


Middleport, Pa. 


27 


e 


Knorr ft Schneck 


Elwood Knorr 


Hegins, Pa. 


8 




Knox Coal Co. 


Robert L. Daugherty 


Wyoming, Pa. 


25 


B 


Koch Bros. 


Joseph Koch 


Pine Grove, Pa. 


25 


B 


Kocher, Leon 


Leon Kocher 


Valley View, Pa. 


20 


B 


Kohinoor Coal Co. 


R. L. Birtley 


Shenandoah, Pa. 


25 




Koppenhaver, Howard 


Howard Koppenhaver 


Tremont, Pa. 


10 




K. P. T. Coal Co. 


Joseph Kenzakoski 


Parsons, Pa. 


23 


e 


Krall, James 


James Krall 


Elysburg, Pa. 


19 


c 


Kurchock Coal Co, 


Claude John 


Pottsville, Pa. 


25 


B 


Lamar Coal Co, 


Sol Fox 


Donaldson, Pa. 


19 


B 


Landingville Coal Co, 


J. I. Hurst 


Landingville, Pa. 


24 




Latsha Coal Co. 


Daniel R. Latsha, R.D.I, 


Box 217, Elysburg, Pa, 


15 


B 


Lattimer Coal Corp. 


George Chisnell, Nat. Bank Bldg., Hazleton,Pa, 


21 




Laychack, Peter 


Peter Laychack, R. D. 1, 


Pottsville, Pa. 


25 


B 


Legal Coal Co. 


Kenneth L. Curran 


Good Spring, Pa. 


17-18 
9-10- 
11-15 


B" 


Lehigh Navigation C. Co. 


W. J. Parton 


Lansford, Pa. 


B$ Lehigh Valley Coal Co. 


K. F. Arbogast, 190 Lathrop St., Kingston, Pa. 


25 




Lehman Coal Co. 


Marlin Lehman 


Tremont, Pa. 


24 


@ 


Level Coal Co. 


Frank V. Appel, Box 45, 


Shamokin, Pa. 


19 




L. H. T. Coal Co. 


Gabriel Lazzaro 


Minersville, Pa. 


21 


B 


Live Oak Coal Co. 


Peter Laychack, R. D. 1, 


Pottsville, Pa. 


22 




L. & M. Coal Co. 


John McCario 


Minersville, Pa. 


20 




Locust Creek Coal Co. 


Sol Fox, Box 29, 


Shenandoah, Pa. 


26 


B 


Locust Valley Coal Co. 


Herman Yudacufski 


Mahanoy City, Pa. 


19 


B 


Lohb Coal Co. 


J. Harold Fisher 


Pottsville, Pa. 


5 




Lombardi Coal Co. 


Dominick Lombardi 


Moosic, Pa. 


24 


B 


Lower Region Coal Co. 


Modes Foieri, Box 318, 


Shamokin, Pa. 


27 


€ 


Lucas Bros. Coal Co, 


John Lucas 


Branchdale, Pa. 


18 


1 


Luzerne-Carbon Coal Co. 


Herbert Ryan 


Hazleton, Pa. 


25 


B 


Lykens Hi Grade Coal Co. 


Dr. J. M. Steele 


Lansford, Pa. 


" Has 2 


Breakers 






§ 


n 3 


n 







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1953 



Dist- 
rict 



Operator 



General Manager 



20-26 
27 
22 



26 
25 
23 
18 
24 
19 
20 
25 
24 
26 
1 
3 
22 
19 
3 
22 

25 

25 
19 
25 
25 



19-21 

27 
3-5 
23 

2 
26 
19 

1 

6 

5 
15-18 

25 
19-27 
21 
19 

3 
27 

7 
6-8 

8 
1-3 
25 
5-6 
21 
19 
20 
27 
27 



Maksimik Contracting Co. 
Malho Coal Co. 
Mallio Coal Co. 
Maltby Coal Co. 
Mammoth Coal Co. 
Mar Strip. & Excav. Co. 
Marjle Mining Co. 
Marko & Co. 
Markson Coal Co. 
Marquette & Leichty 
Martha Coal Co. 
Martinez, Broderick, Bridy 
Maryd Coal Mining Co. 
Matrishin Coal Co. 
Maurer, Clark 
Maurer Coal Sales Co. 
Mazaika Bros. 
Mazzoni Coal Co. 
M. & B. Coal Co. 
M. B. & B. Contrg. Co. 
McHale &. Santor 
Meadows ide Coal Co. 
Metro Quarry & 
Materials Co. 
Michaels Mining Co. 
Mika, John 
Millard Coal Co. 
Miller, Franklin 
Miller, Rufus 
Minichello Coal Co. 
Minnichbach & Co., W. 
M. & M. Coal Co. 
M. & N. Coal Co. 
Moffat Coal Co. 
Moncavage Bros. 
Moosic Mountain Coal Co. 
Morea Mining Co. 
Moss Glen Contrg. Co. 
Motley Coal Co. 
Mountain Coal Co. 
Mountain Slope Coal Co. 
Mountain Top Coal Co, 
Moyer, Lloyd 
Mt. Perm Contracting Co. 
Musick & Klimas 
Nagle Contrg. Co., Jos. 
Nay Aug Coal Co. 
Neumeister & Geist 
Newport Excavating Co. 
No. 9 Coal Co. 
No. 14 Coal Co. 
Northwest Coal Co. 
O'Brien, Pat 
Old Forge Coal Co. 
Olerick & Sur-s 
Oneida Engineering Co. 
Oravitz Contracting Co. 
Otto Bros. Coal Co. 
Otto Collieries Co. 



Stanley Maksimik, 
Anthony Malho 
Nick Mallio 
Leroy M. Sunday 
Frank Moran 



Shenandoah, Pa. 
Lavelle, Pa. 
Frackville, Pa. 
Wyoming, Pa. 
W. Pittston, Pa 



J. D. Mariner, Majestic Hotel, Tamaqua, Pa. 
William Carl Hegins, Pa. 

John Markov/sky Shenandoah, Pa. 

Edwin A. Weyman Good Spring, Pa. 
Joseph Leichty Shamokin, Pa. 

Arthur Glance Hazleton, Pa. 

Joseph Martinez Wilburton, Pa. 
Norman James Maryd, Pa. 

Andrew Matrishin, Park Crest, Barnesville,Pa. 
Clark Maurer, Jr. Hegins, Pa. 
Charles Maurer, Box 318, Shamokin, J?a. 
Edward Mazaika F. 
Delmo Mazzoni 
Quentin Materazzi 
Joseph Martinez 
James McHale 
Joseph Rosetti 



Tamaqua, Pa. 
Peckville, Pa. 
Scranton, Pa. 
Wilburton, Pa. 
Port Carbon, Pa. 
Dunmore, Pa, 



John Jones 
Harold Fisher 
John Mika 
Joseph E. Millard 
Franklin Miller 
Rufus Miller 
Rocco Minichello 
Charles Graver 
Charles Manbeck 
Michael Olenick, R, 
Earl Lamb, Box 4-86 
Anthony Moncavage 
Raniero Giombetti 
Albert G. Peca 
Ralph Peters 
Sandy Consagra 
Raymond Venarucci 
Luke Keating 
Ralph H. Peters 
Lloyd Moyer, R. D. 
Joseph A, Martinez 



3, 



Pottsville, Pa. 
Pottsville, Pa. 
Mahanoy City, Pa, 
Minersville, Pa. 
Ravine, Pa. 
Hegins, Pa. 
Old Boston, Pa. 
Zerbe, Pa. 

Schuylkill Haven, Pa. 
1, Pottsville, Pa. 
Scranton, Pa. 
Mt. Carmel, Pa. 
Jessup, Pa. 
Mahanoy City, Pa, 
Maryd, Pa. 
Mayfield, Pa. 
Pittston, Pa. 
Old Forge, Pa. 
Junedale, Pa. 
Pine Grove, Pa, 
Wilburton, Pa, 



Steve Musick, 516 Lytle St., Minersville, Pa, 
Joseph Nagle Cressona, Pa. 

Frank J. Collins, 722 Wyoming Ave., Scranton 
Harvey Neumeister, R. D. Hegins, Pa. 
L. F. Biscontini Nanticoke, Pa. 
Josoph Mayers, Exeter Ave., W. Pittston, Pa. 
Charles Gelso, Box 379 Pittston, Pa. 
Oresti Paoletti, Box 425, Carbondale, Pa. 
Harry O'Brien Pine Grove, Pa. 

Albert Minichello Old Forge, Pa. 
John Olenick, Box 117A, Pottsville, Pa, 
Frank Ferdinand Hazleton, Pa. 

Emmett Oravitz, 101 S. Main St., Shenandoah 
Norman Otto Hegins, Pa. 

E. B. Hartman Ashland, Pa. 



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ANTHRACITE OPERATORS, GENERAL MANAGERS, MAILING ADDRESSES 
1953 



Dist- 












rict 




Operator 


General Manager 




Address 


10 


B 


Park Side Coal Co. 


Michael Guillorn 




Mildred, Pa. 


26 


E 


Payne Coal Co. 


H. G. Haupt 




Kingston, Pa. 


26 




Peca Coal Co. 


Albert G. Peca 




Mahanoy City, Pa. 


24 




Peerless Coal Co. 


Ed. J. Nalewak, 807 W. V/alnut St., Shar.okin 


25 


B 


Penag Coal Co. 


Edward G. Twiggar 




Shamokin, Pa. 


1 


B 


Penbrook Coal Co. 


Richard Fabri 




Archibald, Pa. 


18 




Perm Rich Contracting Co. 


A. D. Snyder 




New Tripoli, Pa. 


19 


E 


Penna Coal Co. 


Joseph Penna 




Minersville, Pa. 


2-8 


B" 


Pennsylvania Coal Co. 


R. A. Lambert, Box 391, 


Scranton, Pa. 


1-2 




Perry Construction Co. 


Alex Fink, 825 Olive St., 


Scranton, Pa. 


18 




P. & F. Coal Co. 


R. Pavlick 




Hazleton, Pa. 


19-20-21-22-23- 








24-25-26- 


Philadelphia & Reading 


George J. Clark, Second 8 




27 § 


E 


Coal &. Iron Co. 


Mahantongo Sts., 




Pottsville, Pa. 


20-23-26 




Phoenix Contracting Co. 


John E. Jones, Jr, 




Pottsville, Pa. 


21 


B 


Phoenix Park Coal Co. 


Lawrence Biscontini, 619 S. Market St., 












Nanticoke, Pa. 


25 


B 


Pine Creek Coal Co. 


Harrison Klinger 




Spring Glen, Pa. 


22-27 


E 


Pine Ridge Mining Co. 


Stephen A. Kotch 




Ashland, Pa. 


1 


B 


Pioneer City Coal Co, 


Angelo Giombetti 




Carbondale, Pa. 


1 




Pioneer Excavating Co. 


Ben Tolerico 




Carbondale, Pa. 


8 




P. & J. Coal Co. 


Henry Sindaco, 60 


Inkerman Road. Pitts ton, Pa. 


8 




Plains-Hilldale Coal Co. 


Carlo Saporito, R, 


, D. 2., 


Wilkes-Earre, Pa, 


1 




Ploskonka Coal Co. 


Louis Ploskonka 




Peckville, Pa. 


1-2 


B 


Pompey Coal Co; 


Charles Pompey 




Jessup, Pa. 


19 




Port Coal Co. 


Paul Williamson 




Pottsville, Pa. 


25 


B 


Potts, Allen 


Allen Potts 




Pine Grove, Pa. 


21 


e 


P. P. £ G. Coal Co. 


John Pritishkutch, 


, Box 126, 


19 


B 


Price Coal Co. 


Harold L. Price 




Pottsville, Pa. 


10 




Pringle Coal Co, 


Thomas Carey, Box 


81, 


Luzerne, Pa. 


22 




Raven Run Coal Co. 


C, A. Garner 




Jeddo, Pa. 


21 




Ray & Co. 


Ray Bosack 




Llewellyn, Pa. 


23 


B 


Reading Briquet Co. 


A. H. Stanley 




Locust Gap, Pa. 


27 




Recla Coal Co. 


Lyle Seiler 




Schuylkill Haven, Pa. 


24 




Reed Coal Co. 


Clarence Reed, 412 Spruce 


St., Shamokin, Pa. 


27 




Reed, Harry & Mark 


Harry Reed 




Valley View, Pa. 


19 


w 


Reeve sdale Coal Co. 


Charles Manbeck 




Schuylkill Haven, Pa. 


21 




Reichneder, George 


George Reichneder, 


, 351 S. 


2nd, Pottsville, Pa. 


24 


B 


Rcidinger Coal Service 


Victor Reidinger, 


Box 62 


Paxinos, Pa. 


15-25 


© 


Reilly, Charles L. 


Timothy J. Reilly, 


1029 E 


. Broad St., Hazleton 


21 




Renningcr Coal Co. 


Ted Rcnninger 




Zerbe, Pa. 


19 


1 


Repplier Coal Co. 


Don Burket 




Buck Run, Pa. 


26 <g 


I B 


Rhoads Co., Inc. 


C. E. Machamer 




Ashland, Pa. 


23 




Rick Bros. 


Michael Rick 




Kulpmont, Pa. 


27 




Rickcrt Bros. Coal Co. 


Thomas Rickert 




Tower City, Pa. 


25 




Rigdosh, George 


Earl Bush 




Tower City, Pa. 


1 


€ 


Rivcredge Coal Co. 


Gerald Kelly 




Archbald, Pa. 


23 




Rock Ridge Coal Co. 


Samuel Rumberger 




Shamokin, Pa, 


22 




Rooster Coal Co. 


George Maffci 




Centralia, Pa. 


24 


B 


Rosini Bros. Coal Co, 


Evaldo Rosini, S. 


5th St. 


, Shamokin, Pa. 


19 


1 


Rowl and , Ro be rt 


Robert Rowland 




St. Clair, Pa. 


6 


? 


Russell Cor.l Co. 


Steve DuBernas 




Old Forge, Pa. 


26 




Rymar Coal Co. 


John Rymarowicz 




McAdoo, Pa. 


19-20 




Ryon Coal Co. 


George W. Ryon, 1970 W. Market St., Pottsville 


27 


e 


S. A. & J. Coal Co. 


John Trasatt 




Minersville, Pa. 


21 




Sabitsky & Co., Anthony 


Anthony Sabitsky, 


409 Hickory St., Minersville 


19 




Sanchez Contracting Co. 


Alonzo Sanchez 




Minersville, Pa. 


15 


e 


Sando & Provanzo 


Samuel Sando, 599 


Carson 


St., Hazloton. Pa. 



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ANTHRACITE OPERATORS, GENERAL IMAGERS, MAILING ADDRESSES 
1953 



Dist- 
rict 



Operator 



General Manager 



15 


B 


Sand;/ Run Miners & 










Producers Co. 


Thomas George 


Freeland, Pa. 


6-8 




Sarf Coal Co. 


Louis Sarf, Box 352, 


Pittston, Pa. 


27 




Sausnock & Mady 


Edward Mady 


Pottsville, Pa. 


25-27 


B 


Sckneck, Thomas 


Thomas Schneck 


Pine Grove, Pa. 


19 




Schock Contracting Co. 


Norman Schock 


Reevesdale, Pa. 


19 




Schoener Contracting Co. 


Karl Schoener 


Tamaqua, Pa. 


25-27 


B 


Schumacher & Son, J. ST.. 


John E. Schumacher 


Pottsville, Pa. 


21-27 


B 


Schuylkill Contracting Co. 


James V. Ryan, Box 360^-, 


Pottsville, Pa. 


20 


B 


Seltrer Coal Co. 


Frank Seltzer 


Frackville, Pa. 


23 


© 


Sgro & Mekosh 


George Mekosh 


Centralia, Pa. 


25 




Shade Lawrence 


Lawrence Shade 


Valley View, Pa. 


25 




Shallamanda, Steve 


Steve Shallamanda 


Connerton, Pa. 


19 




Shenandoah Coal Co. 


Leo Slominsky 


Shenandoah, Pa. 


7 


w 


Sickler Estate 


James A. Bell 


Plymouth, Pa. 


26 




Simoes & Co. 


Manuel Simoes 


Mahanoy City, Pa. 


1 


B 


Simpson Coal Co. 


Steve Yanchek 


Carbondale, Pa. 


26 


B 


Skytop Coal Co. 


Daniel Periera 


Mahanoy City, Pa. 


2 




Snyder Coal Co. 


Benjamin Snyder 


Olyphant, Pa. 


2 




Sobleskie Coal Co. 


John Sobleskie 


Jessup, Pa. 


26 




Spearhead Mining Co. 


Charles Wozniak, 


R. D. Moscow, Pa. 


25 


B 


Spencer Coal Co. 


David D. Lavine 


Pottsville, Pa. 


19 


B 


Spring Creek Coal Co. 


Lawrence Bechtel 


Tamaqua, Pa. 


14 


© 


Stackhouse Coal Co. 


Richard Bullock 


Shickshinny, Pa. 


24 


B 


Stanley Coal Co., Inc. 


Kenneth Sperring, Box 282 


, Shamokin, Pa. 


19 


B 


St. Clair Coal Co. 


Harold A. Smyth 


St. Clair, Pa. 


24 


B 


Steam Coals, Inc. 


H. S. Weikel, Box 12, 


Shamokin, Pa. 


15 




Steele Contracting Co., 
Inc., T. F. 


E. J. Gibbons, Lehigh 
Valley Passenger Station, 


Hazleton, Pa. 


21 




Stefonick, G. & M. 


M. Stefonick, Thompson Bldg., Pottsville, Pa. 


2A-25 


B n 


Stevens Coal Co. 


Harry Clews 


Trevorton, Pa. 


27 




Stiely, Wellington 


Wellington Stiely 


Valley View, Pa. 


25 




Stump, F. B. 


F. B. Stump 


Pine Grove, Pa. 


9-26 




Sullivan Trail Coal Co. 


Joseph Mayers 


W. Pittston, Pa. 


1 




Sunshine Coal Co. 


John Lucata, c/o Pompcy C 


.Co., Jessup, Pa. 


24 


B 


Sunshine Coal Co. 


Ralph Steinhart, Box 502, 


Trevorton, Pa. 


14-24 


B" 


Susquehanna Collieries Drv 










M. A. Hanna Co. 


C. A. Gibbons 


Nanticoke, Pa. 


6 




Sussex Coal Co. 


C. E. Banker, Box 310, 


Pittston, Pa. 


27 




Swart z lander Coal Co. 


Jacob Swartzlander 


Roinerton, Pa. 


21 


B 


Swatara Coal Co. 


Price Parker, 18 N. 2nd St., Minersvillc, Pa, 


24 


B 


Swift Coal Co. 


Adam Swift, 1100 Center St., Shamokin, Pa. 


2 




Swoyer Coal Co. 


Harry Swoyer, 408 2nd Ave 


., Maplewood, Pa. 


19 


B 


Tamequa Coal Pockets 


D. H. Warne 


Tamaqua, Pa. 


22 




Tarronc Coal Co. 


Anthony Tarrone 


Raven Run, Pa. 


22 




Tenaglia Coal Co. 


Ralph Tenaglia 


Frackville, Pa. 


27 





Thomas & Bro., W. H. 


W. H. Thomas 


Shamokin, Pa. 


2 


e 


Throop Mining Co. 


Allen Dowse 


Throop, Pa. 


1 




Tolerico Coal Co. 


Nicholas Dragotta 


Archibald, Pa. 


19 


e 


Trail Coal Co. 


Dave Smith 


Mt. Luffee, Pa. 


27 




Troup & Neimeister 


Warren Troup 


Ashland, Pa. 


19-23-25 


T. & T. Contracting Co. 


Wayne B. Titus 


Tremont, Pa. 


27 


& 


Tunnel Coal Co. 


Frank Mucha 


Frackville, Pa. 


2 




Turnpike Coal Co. 


John Vitali 


Dunmore, Pa. 


3 




U. & M. Coal Co. 


Paul Baldini 


Dickson, Pa. 


25 


B 


Under koffler, H. 


Herschel Underkofflor 


Williamstown, Pa. 


19 


1 


United Contracting Co. 


Millard Long 


Mt. Carmel, Pa. 



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ANTHRACITE OPERATORS, GENERAL MANAGERS, MAILING ADDRESSES 
1953 



Dist- 












rict 




Operator 


General Manager 




Address 


27 




Valley Construction Co. 


George Fronk 




Valley View, Pa. 


6-8 


B 


Valley View Coal Co. 


John A. Hart, Scranton 
Rational Eank Bld^., 


Scranton, Pa. 


6 


@ 


V. Coal Co. 


Thomas Gilbreath 




Moosic, Pa. 


2 




Venture Coal Co. 


Steve Marcinka 




Jessup, Pa. 


2 




Village Slope Coal Co. 


Louis Coccodrilli 




Jessup, Pa. 


20 


€ 


Vlasuk Coal Co. 


Leonard Tokarczyk, 
N. Railroad Ave 


201 


Frackville, Pa. 


2 




Volpe & Linde 


Charles Volpe 




Dunmore , Pa . 


1 


E 


Waddell Coal Co. 


Peter Brojack 




Winton, Pa. 


27 




Walaitis Coal Co. 


John A. Walaitis 




Frackville, Pa. 


25 




Walinchus, William 


William Walinchus 




Mahanoy City, Pa. 


27 


e 


Waterhole Partners 


Lawrence Keifer 




Branchdale, Pa. 


26 




Wat-Rap Coal Co. 


Harold Watkins 




Audenried, Pa. 


26 


B 


Wessner Coal Co. 


Lester Wessner 




R.D. Tamaqua, Pa. 


24 




West Cameron Coal Co. 


Wilfred Ermert, 410 N. 


Shamokin St., Shairokin 


9 




West Exeter Coal Co. 


Peter Merinos 




Wyoming, Pa. 


10 




West Side Coal Co. 


Bruno Ferretti 




W. Pittston, Pa. 


19-26 




Weston Coal Co. 


W. J. Barton 




Lansford, Pa. 


18 


B 


Weston Dodson & Co., Inc. 


J. J. Crane 




Lansford, Pa. 


27 


e 


White Ash Coal Co. 


Milet Butts 




Branchdale, Pa. 


25 




Williamstown Coal Co. 


Walter Gordon 




Williams town, Pa. 


26 




Wyell Construction Co. 


Michael Yaccino, Jr. 


Hazleton, Pa. 


8 


Q 


Wyoming Coal Co. 


Frank J. Collins 




Scranton, Pa. 


18 




Yaccino Construction Co. 


Michael Yaccino 




Hazleton, Pa. 


22 




Yodis Coal Co. 


Sylvester Yodis 




Mt. Carmel, Pa. 


6 


c 


York Enterprise Coal Co. 


Robert Lewis 




Old Forge, Pa. 


20 




Yudacufski Bros. 


Isadore Yudacufski 


, 20 


S. 3rd St., Frackville 


21 




York Tunnel Coal Co. 


Bernard Dunn 




Branchdale, Pa. 


25 




Zimmerman, Marlin 


Marlin Zimmerman 




Ravine, Pa. 


25 




Zimmerman, Ray 


Ray Zimmerman 




Pine Grove, Pa. 






^15 Operators 


B - 


Breaker 






169 Breakers 


W - 


Washery 






658 Mines 


P - 
it 


Preparation only 
2 Breakers 








+ - 


9 


ti 








5 - 


3 


n 








# - 


4 


n 








6 - 


Discontinued operation 


13 « — 






% - 


5 Breakers 



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ANTHRACITE MINE INSPECTORS 



Dist- 
rict 



Name 



Address 



Town 



1 
2 
3 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
H 
15 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
2A 
25 
26 
27 



James F. Munley 
Theodore L. Wackley 
Willard G. Ward 
Theodore D. Rees 
John J. Bonner 
Andrew Wilson 
Daniel H. Connelly 
David W. Cosslett 
Joseph C. Hines 
Thomas M. Beaney 
Edwin C. Curtis 
John D. Edwards 
Kenneth C. Lee 
Ralph Ditzler 
Acting Inspectors 
James J. Shober 
T. A. Ryan 
John H. Morgan 
Anthony Latz 
Robert 0. Schneider 
John P. Brophy 
Joseph R. Ruane 
Walter Davis 
John B. Reinoehl 
Harold E. Shomper 



166 Spruce St. 

1801 N. Washington Ave. 

119 First St. (Elakely) 

R. D. #1, Box 54 

448 Harrison Ave. 

1491 River Road 

25 E. Bennett St. 

30 Main St. 

27 James St. 

316 Monument Ave. 

52 Poplar St. 

55 Butler St. 

88 Old River Road 

593 N. Vine St. 

227 W. Ridge St. 
1243 W. Norwegian St. 
328 Washington St. 
9 W. Phillips St. 
216 N. Ninth St. 
422 W. Third St. 
928 Washington St. 
American Legion Blvd. 
132 E. Mahanoy Ave. 
138 E. Lincoln St. 



ELECTRICAL INSPECTOR 
Charles F. Steck 220 W. Sunbury St. 
STRIPPING INSPECTORS 



Joseph H. Long 
Thomas M. Reese 
Henry R. Walters 
Burris Kressley, 
Field Representative 



106 S. Second St. 
R. D. #2 



38 W. Bertsch St. 



Archbald, Pa. 
Scranton, Pa. 
Olyphant, Pa. 
Scranton 11, Pa. 
Scranton 10, Pa. 
Pittston, Pa. 
Kingston, Pa. 
Wanamie, Pa. 
Pittston, Pa. 
Wyoming, Pa. 
Kingston, Pa. 
Wyoming, Pa. 
Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 
Hazleton, Pa. 

Lansford, Pa. 
Pottsville, Pa. 
Frackville, Pa. 
Coaldale, Pa. 
Ashland, Pa. 
Mt. Camel, Pa. 
Shamokin, Pa. 
Pine Grove, Pa. 
Mahanoy City, Pa. 
Shamokin, Pa. 



Shairokin, Pa. 



St. Clair, Pa. 
Dalton, Pa. 
Locust Gap, Pa. 

Lansford, Pa. 



EXECUTIVE OFFICES 



W. J. Clements 
Secretary of Mines 



Capitol Building 
25 Ruddle St. 



Gordon E. Smith 

Deputy Secretary of Mines Schuylkill Trust Bldg. 
102 Parkway 

J. V. McKenna, Acting Capitol Building 
Deputy Secretary of Mines 130 Sherman Ave. 



Mrs. M. B. Gutshall 
Administrative Asst. 



Capitol Building 
1300 Kingsley Road 



Mrs. B. E. Redmond 

Principal Statistical Clerk. Capitol Building 



Harrisburg, Pa. 
Coaldale, Pa. 



Pottsville, Pa. 
Schuylkill Haven, Pa. 

Harrisburg, Pa. 
Waynesburg, Pa. 

Harrisburg, Pa. 
Camp Hill, Pa. 



Harrisburg, Pa. 



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